Georg Trump (10 July 1896 – 21 December 1985) was a German graphics, typeface and postage stamp designer, known for designs such as the book typeface Trump Mediaeval (1954), the slab serif City (c. 1931) and the condensed, industrial Schadow.
Trump fought in both WWI and WWII, the latter which left him severely wounded. He studied under Friedrich Hermann Ernst Schneidler, and was a fellow lecturer with Jan Tschichold in Munich. He worked for the Berthold Type Foundry and then the Weber Type Foundry in Stuttgart.
- Neil Macmillan (2006). An A-Z of Type Designers. Yale University Press. pp. 174–5. ISBN 0-300-11151-7.
- "Schadow". Typedia. Retrieved 24 January 2017.
- Ross, David Jonathan. "Your Friendly Quirkhorse". DJR Type. Retrieved 24 January 2017.
- Krausz, Norbert. "Trump Mediaeval: The story of its creation and a re-evaluation of its historical relevance". Type Culture. University of Reading (MA thesis). Retrieved 27 March 2017.
- Kupferschmid, Indra. "Mauritius". Typographica. Retrieved 24 January 2017.
- Jason Tselentis; Allan Haley; Richard Poulin; Tony Seddon; Gerry Leonidas; Ina Saltz; Kathryn Henderson; Tyler Alterman (1 February 2012). Typography, Referenced: A Comprehensive Visual Guide to the Language, History, and Practice of Typography. Rockport Publishers. p. 17. ISBN 978-1-61058-205-6.
- Biography and type designs on the website of the Klingspor Museum
- Uses of typefaces by Georg Trump
- Postage stamps by Georg Trump
- Drawing proposal for banknote by Georg Trump