Bradley Gratis: Fraktura Semper Absurda
Fantasy Faire signage

Bradley is an 1895 typeface designed by Herman Ihlenburg (alternatively credited to Joseph Warren Phinney by some sources) from lettering by Henry William Bradley for a Christmas cover of Harper's Bazaar magazine. Bradley departs from the traditional blackletter model, incorporating Lombardic features and many unique forms. The typeface may be recognized as the basis for logotypes such as Firestone and Ketel One, and for its modern-day use on theme park signage.

I'm dedicating this new digitization of Bradley to the public domain. Anyone so inclined is welcome to improve and/or add on to what I've started.

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(Windows/Mac TrueType and Windows Type 1)

This work is dedicated to the Public Domain.

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