Frakto family (Linotype library) contains 4 fonts.
Frakto is a two-weight family of calligraphic Fraktur-style typefaces designed by Julius de Goede.
One of the main categories of Blackletter typefaces, Fraktur was developed around 1517, and was used throughout Germany and Northern Europe well into the 20th century.
With Frakto, Julius de Goede has re-applied the written element of the script back into the Fraktur style, rejuvenating and reinvigorating it for 21st century display use.
Frakto is the perfect fit for certificates and newsletter headlines. We recommended using it in point sizes from 12-pt on up.