The Caslon Font belongs to the Serif typefaces fonts. The designer of this font is William Caslon who is from London, United Kingdom. He is also known as William Caslon the Elder. The exact release date of this font is unknown but it is from the first quarter of the 18th Century. The publisher of this font is Caslon Type Foundry.
The classification of this font is Old-Style. This font is also a part of Google Fonts. Adobe also adopted this font and named it Adobe Caslon. The original font only has three weights. Bold, Italic, and Roman. But Adobe’s version has Pro and Semi Bold weights as well with their corresponding Italics. The Designer of the Adobe version is Carol Twombly.
This font is mostly in use by magazines, books, and journals designers. This font is free for all kinds of usages. Its license is under an Open License. So users are free to use it for personal purposes and commercial purposes as well. One should always read the license agreement first before using the font for commercial purposes.
Who Used Caslon Font?
The oldest record of the usage of this font is from 2nd August 1776. It was in use for writing a famous signature for John Hancock. The designer of his signature was John Dunlap. This font was in use for the main heading as well as for the body text. This font is in use since the time of its creation by many designers.
This tyeface has been seen on many books covers. Many of the event organizers use this font for the reception banners for wedding and engagement functions. They even print their flyers using this font. It is also used at birthday parties as well. This font has been in use by designers worldwide from the time of its creation.
Many small and a few big business owners also use this font for their items and also for their logo as well. This font is also in use for web apps and mobile phone apps. It is highly readable on small phone screens as well. It is widely used in all kinds of print media.
Caslon Font Family Appearance
Details in Table
|Designer||William Caslon I|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
Font License Guide
This font is fully free for all kinds of usage whether it is personal or commercial. However, the user should read the license agreement thoroughly before using it for commercial projects.
Alternatives of Caslon Font
- New York Font
- Ehrhardt Font
- Zen Antique Font
- Baskerville Font
- Nirvana Font
- Valenciaga Font
- Butler Font
- Constantia Font
- Recoleta Font
- Kakkoi Font
- Cambria Font
- Playfair Display Font
Family of Caslon Font
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FAQs About This Font!
What is Caslon Font?
This font belongs to the Serif typefaces fonts. The designer of this font is William Caslon who is from London, United Kingdom. He is also known as William Caslon the Elder. The exact release date of this font is unknown but it is from the first quarter of the 18th Century.
Caslon Font is secure for my system?
Yes, this font is in all way secure for your system and you can use it without any problem. If you still have any doubt then you can run an antivirus check on the font file.
Do Adobe Applications support Caslon Font?
Yes, all applications of Adobe support this font. Although, it is not available at the time of installation so the user will have to install it manually to use it.
Will Caslon Font harm my applications?
No, this font is harmless. You can download this font from our website by clicking the download now button above. If you are still in doubt then you can run an antivirus check on the file.