What is the Boston 1851 font?
Boston 1851 is based on a stereotype used by Wier and White, Printers of Boston, that was created by the New England Stereoype Foundry under the auspices of Hobart and Robbins, also of Boston.
This particular font has a nice strength combined with a fullness that lends to good legibility especially in smaller sizes. The italic version has a wonderful movement to it and also is extremely legible in fine print, perhaps, therefore not the best choice for fine print you do not want read.
Boston 1851 Font families
The Boston 1851 font includes the following font families:
- Boston 1851 Light
- Boston 1851 Italic Light
- Boston 1851
- Boston 1851 Italic
- Boston 1851 Bold
- Boston 1851 Italic Bold
- Boston 1851 Condensed
- Boston 1851 Italic Condensed
- Boston 1851 Expanded
- Boston 1851 Italic Expanded
- Boston 1851 Extra Extended
- Boston 1851 Italic Extra Expanded
- Boston 1851 Small Caps
Boston 1851 Preview
Here is a preview of how Boston 1851 will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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