Script MT Bold Font Free Download

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A heavy font family that was inspired by early 20th-century German script writing styles, Script MT Bold font is a lovely style for product packaging, branding projects, and also display purposes.

Script MT Bold is a monospaced (i.e., fixed-width) font with a charming, old-world style that works well for both headers and text. Medium Italic is recommended for headings and body copy. SemiBold Italic is good for small text in a medium-length paragraph.

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Bold Italic is useful for short bursts of emphasis within longer paragraphs, as well as for short headlines that do not contain a lot of text. ExtraBold Italic is best used sparingly to emphasize words within paragraphs or headlines of shorter length, leaving sufficient space nearby.

Script MT Bold Font
Script MT Bold Font

Heavy Italic looks best when used in place of bold or italic in headlines and teasers, especially when combined with Script MT Bold Regular to make an even more distinctive effect. Ultra Italic works well when you want to make a word or phrase stand out visually amidst other, non-italicized content.

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You can use this font for headlines, quotes, Magazine and Newspaper headlines, Powerpoint presentations, and many more. It also has many colors and hundreds of text effects.

Title Script Mt Bold Font
Artist F.H.Steltzer
Founding Monotype Corporation
Category Script
File Type OTF, TTF
Issued Date 1931
License Type Commercial Font
Style Free Version
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