Explore Fonts: Bauhaus 93

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Bauhaus 93 is a typeface originally owned by font foundry, URW, which stood for Unternehmensberatung Rubow Weber, representing the names of the foundry’s founders. It is now owned by URW , the successor of the original company. Although there are many other versions of Bauhaus available, we are exploring Bauhaus 93 since this is the version included in many versions of Microsoft Office.

Explore Fonts: Bauhaus 93

Learn about Bauhaus 93, a decorative font included with some versions of Microsoft Office.


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