Swansea Font

by Roger White

Updated
Sans-Serif

4 font family styles

BoldItalic Style

[object Object] font
truetype 210 glyphs 214 characters

Bold Style

[object Object] font
truetype 207 glyphs 212 characters

Italic Style

[object Object] font
truetype 209 glyphs 214 characters

Regular Style

[object Object] font
truetype 209 glyphs 214 characters
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    1993
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    925
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    !littlemissrainbow97!
    littlemissrainbow97
    8 years ago

    love this <3 <3 😉 😛 😄

    Mio
    MagicalWorldName
    7 years ago

    This is a font similar to Arial

    Mio
    MagicalWorldName
    7 years ago

    I liked this 😄 😛

    FreeWilly
    7 years ago

    This is a font similar to Helvetica

    KeriM
    7 years ago

    This font is great! Does anyone know if this can be used within authoring tools, such as MadCap Flare?

    RichardGraphics
    almost 6 years ago

    This does a much, much better job at being Helvetica then Arial, and looks better then Arial anyways.

    keesto
    almost 6 years ago

    @RichardGraphics than

    Megan
    meeegan
    5 years ago

    Great font 😄

    coling
    5 years ago

    coling Actually seems identical to Helvetica, but a little darker, which is good.

    sakura1686
    5 years ago

    Just downloaded this font (I like it so much) because the license is Public Domain. But.. SURPRISE!
    The attached file license sais you have to pay about £25 for the commercial use. So this public domain license is Not real. So bad 😕

    FontSpace
    fontspace
    5 years ago

    @sakura1686
    Despite what is said in the readme files associated with the fonts all fonts on this site are now public domain, whether used for personal use or for commercial purposes. All that I ask is that the source is acknowledged if you are using any for commercial purposes. All fonts are available in both Truetype and Postscript Type 1 versions.

    - This is from Roger's website.

    sakura1686
    5 years ago

    @fontspace thanks!!!!

    coling
    almost 5 years ago

    coling. I can detect no difference at all between Swansea (Roger White 1993) and Helvetica. They look identical to me. Can some kindly person explain this?

    lov2teach
    4 years ago

    @Fontspace. So if we use the font for commercial purpose we need to tell the source? We make crafts and have started to show on FB and going to a craft show this fall. How do you recommend we acknowledge the source?
    Love this font!