Crozier Black CF Font


Croizer Black is a revival of a 19th century woodblock font found in “Hauptprobe in gedrängter Form der bauerschen Giesserei Frankfurt am Main.” (That is, Bavarian Foundry’s Condensed Specimen Book, Frankfurt am Main). No copyright date is provided, but this foundry was established in 1837 according to the title page. The unusual form of some glyphs was retained (for example, the lower case g) to conform to 19th century aesthetics.

Croizer would be very useful in Vintage-Modern designs as well as for posters, titles, greeting cards and work that needs a woodblock or American West feel.