What is the Harlem Text font?
This bold blackletter is rather wide, which enhances its readability. In Victorian job printing it was not unusual to find one line of blackletter in a card or handbill, just for contrast.
This one came on the scene sometime in the 1880s.
Harlem Text Font families
The Harlem Text includes the following font families:
Harlem Text Preview
Here is a preview of how Harlem Text will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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