What is the LTC Record Title™ font?
Record Title was designed by Frederic Goudy in 1927 as a proprietary commission for the Architectural Record magazine.
Based on classic Roman letter proportions, Goudy considered this one of his most successful commissions ever.
It is an all caps titling face originally digitized by Jim Rimmer for Lanston in 2001. It was remastered in early 2007.
LTC Record Title™ Font families
The LTC Record Title™ includes the following font families:
LTC Record Title™ Preview
Here is a preview of how LTC Record Title™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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