Graveure is a sans serif typeface based on the venerable Copperplate Gothic, originally designed by Frederic W. Goudy in the early 1900s. The type family comes in Medium and Bold weights. It has the classic wide, squarish shape with fine serifs.
Graveure font designed for stationery and society printing, and is now used in many varieties of commercial printing. Its classic uses are business cards and lettering on the frosted-glass office doors of lawyers and private investigators.