Right below we are going to introduce you to the old-style serif typeface that was designed and developed by Claude Garamond in the 16th century known as the Garamond Font. This is inspired by D Aetna Font.
Garamond Font is available for free download and listed inside google fonts. This font family is famous for its text generation function and this typeface has some similarities with saldina font.
Garamont’s fonts have set a milestone, on which font designers were habitual ever considering. Some unique characteristics in his letters are the small bowl of the a and eye of the e.
Moreover, this typeface has a great record of extended records from many centuries. This typeface is great to be used inside printed books. This gives a tremendous output when peers with freeland font and becomes the most popular typeface used online.
Below down we will talk about this typeface in a detailed manner.
View of Garamond Font
Before going ahead, let’s have a look at the styling of this font that how does it will look when you apply it to your graphic design.
Garamond-style typefaces are popular and often used, particularly for printing body text and books.
- Email marketing templates
- Wall murals
- Retail store interiors
- Vehicle wraps
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free for Personal Use
Garamond is a completely free font that you can use in your graphic designs. However, if you would like to use it for commercial purposes then you must have to buy it or contact the author for permissions.
Garamond Font Free Download
Here you can download the font that comes in the zip format but later on, you can extract it by any other software and use it in your projects.
Similar Fonts to Garamond
- FF Parango
- FF Reminga
Font Family Includes
- Monotype Garamond Roman
- Monotype Garamond Alt Italic
- Monotype Garamond Bold
- Monotype Garamond Bold Italic
- Monotype Garamond Italic
- Monotype Garamond WGL Italic
- Monotype Garamond WGL
- Monotype Garamond WGL Bold
- Monotype Garamond WGL Bold Italic
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What Type of Font Is Garamond?
Garamond is the serif typeface that was designed and developed by Claude Garamond.
Can I Use Garamond Font on My Website?
Yes! You can use the Garamond website on your website and can make your website design more beautiful.
Is Garamond Font Safe to Download and Use in My Pc and Mac?
Yes, It is 100% safe to download for both PC and MAC.
Is There Any Font Similar to Garamond Font in Google Fonts?
Yes, It has. Among Google fonts, Playfair Display font looks like the Garamond
Can I Use Garamond for My Logo?
Of course! you can use the Garamond for your logo as well as all other graphic designs projects.
How to Install Garamond Font in Adobe, Ms. Word, Mac, or PC?
If you are looking to know about that then you should watch our Font Installation guide for windows or a separate guide on the installation of Fonts in Mac. However, we also have a guide on installing Font in MS Word as well as in Adobe.