The Serif Hand font family

Overview

Some typefaces are mysterious, like this one—its origins are an enigma wrapped within a riddle, indeed. While its letterforms may be shrouded in secrecy, this design is sure to make a fine addition to your typographic arsenal, so we recommend you go try it out. – fonts.com

In 2019 we reviewed the set of fonts provided with Office identifying stylistic gaps. The result of that effort was the addition of over a hundred new fonts, including classics like Avenir Next LT Pro and Walbaum along with contemporary designs like The Hand, Sagona and Modern Love. These new fonts are available in most Office applications and have been used in a range of new templates.

File name the-serif-hand-regular-v2.ttf
the-serif-hand-black-v2.ttf
the-serif-hand-bold-v2.ttf
the-serif-hand-extrablk-v2.ttf
the-serif-hand-light-v2.ttf
Styles & Weights The Serif Hand
The Serif Hand Black
The Serif Hand Bold
The Serif Hand Extrablack
The Serif Hand Light
Copyright Copyright (c) 2013 by Julien Saurin and Fanny Coulez. All rights reserved.
Designers Julien Saurin
Fanny Coulez
Font vendor S&C Type
Script Tags dlng:'Latn'
slng:'Latn'
Code pages 1252 Latin 1
1250 Latin 2: Eastern Europe
1254 Turkish
1257 Windows Baltic
Fixed pitch False

Licensing and redistribution info

  • Font redistribution FAQ for Windows
  • License Microsoft fonts external link for enterprises, web developers, for hardware & software redistribution or server installations

Products that supply this font

This typeface is also available within Office applications. For more information visit this page.

Style & weight examples

The Serif Hand weights: Light to ExtraBlack

The Serif Hand