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ITC Stone Serif®

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About this font family

Sumner Stone worked together with Bob Ishi of Adobe to create the Stone family fonts, which appeared in 1987. Coincidentally, ishi is the Japanese word for stone, which precluded any squabbling about whose name the font would carry. The family consists of three types of fonts: a serif, a sans-serif and an informal style. The Stone fonts are very legible and create a modern, dynamic impression.

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Any OpenType Features Basic Latin/English letters West European diacritics Euro Ligatures Small Caps Central Europe Baltic Turkish Romanian OpenType Alternates Other OpenType Dingbats & Symbols



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ITC Stone Serif Com Medium

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ITC Stone Serif Com Medium Italic

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ITC Stone Serif Com SemiBold

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ITC Stone Serif Com SemiBold Italic

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ITC Stone Serif Com Bold

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ITC Stone Serif Com Bold Italic

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ITC Stone Serif Std Medium

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ITC Stone Serif Std Medium Italic

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ITC Stone Serif Std Bold

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ITC Stone Serif Std Bold Italic

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