Franklin Gothic Medium Italic Fonts
ITC Franklin Gothic is a trademark of The International Typeface Corporation which may be registered in certain jurisdictions. Portions copyright Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Designed in 1902 by Morris Fuller Benton for the American Type Founders company, Franklin Gothic still reigns as one of the most-widely used sans serif typefaces. Originally issued in only one weight, the ATF version of Franklin Gothic was eventually expanded to include five additional weights, but no light or intermediate weights were ever developed. In 1979, under license from ATF, ITC developed four new weights in roman and italic: book, medium, demi and heavy. Designed by Victor Caruso, ITCs new weights matched the original faces characteristics, but featured a slightly enlarged lowercase x-height. ITC Franklin Gothic also features a slightly condensed lowercase a-z alphabet. In 1991, ITC commissioned the Font Bureau in Boston to create condensed, compressed and extra compressed versions of ITC Franklin Gothic, which increased the flexibility and usefulness of the design.
ITC Franklin Gothic is a trademark of The International Typeface Corporation which may be registered in certain jurisdictions.
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