Goudy Old Style serif font is a serif typeface that was designed by Frederic W. Goudy (1865–1947). It has been used in many different projects because it is highly legible and contains italics, small caps, swashes, and alternate characters.
The serif font Goudy Old Style is available in different weights, including light, book, medium, semibold, and bold. This gives you a lot of flexibility when designing your project. However, Goudy Old Style does not contain any condensed or extra condensed styles.
The serif font Goudy Old Style was inspired by the serif typeface Garamond, which was created by Claude Garamond in the 16th century.