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Book Jacket™

by Canada Type

4 fonts: $49.95

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About this font family

Book Jacket is arguably the most famous of all typefaces done in the Typositor era. Designed by Ursula Suess over an entire year, and published in 1972, Book Jacket became an instant success story that lasted well into the 1980s (even though it was copied by Phil Martin who published it under the name Bagatelle shortly after its release).

Almost 40 years later, Ursula Suess and Canada Type consolidate their talents to bring you a revised, improved and expanded digital version of this film type classic, including small caps, additional swashes and new alternative forms. More…

Book Jacket is available as a 4-font package in Mac PostScript and universal TTF format, or a single Pro OTF which includes features for small caps, swashes, caps to small caps, stylistic alternates, and class-based kerning.

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Glyph coverage

available in all of the styles in this family:
Basic Latin/English letters Ligatures

only available in some of the styles in this family:
Any OpenType Features West European diacritics Euro Small Caps Central Europe Baltic Turkish OpenType Alternates OpenType Swash



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Book Jacket Pro

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Book Jacket

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$24.95

Book Jacket SC

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Book Jacket Alts

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Book Jacket Swash

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Available formats

only available in some of the styles:
OpenType OTF   Windows TrueType  


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