Sütterlin


Prof. Don Becker of the German Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has made his Sütterlin fonts available to the public, and we are happy to host them here. Sütterlin is the name of the handwriting used in Germany through the first part of this century. You will come across it if you read older German manuscripts.

Here's a sample:

If you use a Macintosh computer, you will need these files: Instructions (print or download) The Mac format font file, compressed with StuffIt

If you use a PC-compatible computer, you will need these files: Instructions (print or download)

The True-Type font file, compressed using PKZip.

 

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