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Aspire font

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Licensed as: Public Domain
Aspire DemiBold
Aspire-DemiBold.ttf Aspire DemiBold (punctuation rev)View Font Info 107 characters — View All


  • Beautiful Font! Glad it's free!
  • lovely and fluid
  • kubanita
    love it
  • clean and fluid. Very nice
  • ghprod
    nice, like hand writing smiley
  • yes, this font is professional, thank you!
  • Simple, fluid. doesn't look bad either.. I like it
  • Can anyone tell me where I can find information about this font?
  • fontologist
    @mediastudent This is one version of a much copied typeface designed in 1937 by R. H. Middleton and probably best known by the name Coronet. For a long time it was one of the default Windows fonts under that name, and may still be, for all I know.
  • My new handwriting!
  • debattista
    this is really cool for projects and stuf my dad's bussness will love it visit his cafe please in melbourne city called la bamba on little collins thanks
  • lo5za
    awesome! smiley
  • Poez34
  • Bfute13
    This is the prettiest font ever! heart
  • tammie1999
    Sweet. smiley
  • shazzi
    This is so cool it looks like my mums writingsmiley
  • shazzi
    nice profile pic@ghprod
  • i like this smiley
  • chazah
    Thank u, very nice font!
  • princesssasha
    It is beautiful.
  • Awesome & Mind blowing....font
  • Sooo cool!! smiley-grin I'll use it more often!
  • Thanks! nice font
  • This is perfect for my wedding! Thank you. Now, a question....it is downloaded but how do I get to it to actually use it?
  • Can the creator of this font correct or add the minus sign. Under Win7 it doesn't display - shows up as a rectangular outline or nothing at all depending on the software used.
  • fontologist
    @DataKnight A bit late, but since this is a public domain font, I found the misplaced hyphen and glued it back where it belonged. I also added some more punctuation, and reduced the size of the @ sign. It's still a bit big, but not as ridiculous.
  • fontologist
    And, as an afterthought, I reduced the size of the space between words.
  • @fontologist
    Thanks for sorting it out.
    Happy New Year !
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