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Soltz Vintage Layered Typeface

Soltz Vintage Layered Typeface

Introducing Soltz, a layered typeface inspired by vintage hand painted sign advertisements found in Atlantic City, NJ. Featuring 4 stackable styles that easily combine to make a wide variety of typography effects. From Logos, T-shirts, Retro Posters, Prints, Cards, or Package designing, Soltz is the perfect fit for a touch of vintage style to any project.


  • 4 Styles (Solid, Outline, Shadow, & Gradient)
  • All Caps Characters
  • Alternative T & Y Characters
  • Numerals, Punctuation, and Special Characters

What's Included:

  • Soltz Solid Typeface (.TTF)
  • Soltz Outline Typeface (.TTF)
  • Soltz Shadow Typeface (.TTF)
  • Soltz Gradient Typeface (.TTF)

Happy Designing!

If you have any questions or problems, email me at

  • Soltz Solid Solid ttf (400)
  • Soltz Shadow Shadow ttf (400)
  • Soltz Outline Outline ttf (400)
  • Soltz Gradient Gradient ttf (400)

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