Helvetica is a type face that was designed in 1957 by the Swiss designers Eduard Hoffmann and Max Miedlenger. Helvetica Condensed font is a narrower version of the original Helvetica font. The Helvetica Condensed Bold on the other hand consists of a bolder font of the basic Helvetica Condensed. This font is excellent when you need to design signage. Although it is narrower and bolder than the original Helvetica font, it still manages to maintain its neutral quality that does not have any intrinsic meaning. This makes it ideal for legal and official documents, where highlighting a particular point is required.
Also see: Free Helvetica Font: Helvetica Condensed