Last Updated on July 19, 2021
We use money every day, but how many folks are interested in knowing how they are made? Currency is one of the most difficult things to design. And in today’s technologically-driven world, it can be difficult to believe that hundreds of years ago, there were people who began designing the first currencies using the simplest of materials.
The work, hours, and detail that go into every banknote deserve more recognition. For instance, the $100 bill that was released in 2013 took the artist, Brian Thompson, a whopping 40 drafts and 17 years to complete, from concept to release.
So whether you’re making a statement, or just want to prove how detail-oriented you are, hopefully, these currency fonts can help you get there.
1. Dollar Bill 2
This modern typeface prides itself in its flexibility in being blended with script, signature, or handwriting fonts. Works well with presentations that need a creative touch.
3. Gulloches Truetype
Alphadesign devised this lettering to be usable in making certificates and securities design. Thick lines and accents this font offers will truly help make your statement/s speak out loud
4. Doppel Mittel Lapidar Azure
This typeface works well with large lettering. This classic look was inspired by 19th Century writing found in wooden signs.
5. Quick or Dead
Looking for a retro, Wild West design for t-shirt or poster fonts? Vozzy Vintage Font’s creation offers six styles and effects to get that olden feel.
Get that manly statement out using this typeface. With its three-layered variation, this gem from Khoir can get your signage or logos seen in places.
7. Archive Lightface Extended
Archivetype Fonts based this font on 19th Century lettering. Varying shades will help emphasize on what you want highlighted in your various projects.
8. Aviano Copper
From Insigne, this is an all-caps typeface that makes use of early 20th Century copper-inscribed intaglio prints. This gives a simple yet sophisticated design that wants to be read aloud.
9. Stipa Willington
A classic yet relaxed font from Alcode that gives an inviting look of luxury. Suitable for wedding media, certificates and greeting cards, among others.
10. Lile Dahliya
11. Zimra Serif Font Family
12. Bruce 1490
Intellecta design made this font with a late 19th Century vibe. Ornamental ribbons and shadowed effects add to the vintage appeal
13. Aaron Serif Font Family
A modern serif font that is readably clean regardless of font size. Use this to give a pop vintage feel to your presentations.