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Adobe Systems, based in San Jose, California, was started by John Warnock and Chuck Geschke in 1982. In 1999 it became a billion dollar company. Adobe has long offered many applications for handling images and text, as well as a fine type library.

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Insignia®

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Insignia® Insignia®

Insignia is a 1986 typeface by British designer Neville Brody. Originally developed as a headline face for Arena magazine, Insignia is a monoline display typeface immediately identifiable by cross-strokes on the capitals that cut through the main stems of the capital letters.

Use Insignia for advertising and display work.

Folio®

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Folio® Folio®

Americana®

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Americana® Americana®

New Aster™

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New Aster™ New Aster™

Scotch Roman MT™

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Scotch Roman MT™ Scotch Roman MT™

Arnold Boecklin™

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Arnold Boecklin™ Arnold Boecklin™

Dorchester Script™

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Dorchester Script™ Dorchester Script™

Linoscript®

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Linoscript® Linoscript®

Century® Expanded

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Century® Expanded Century® Expanded

Minister™

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Minister™ Minister™

Designed by Carl Albert Fahrenwaldt for the Schriftguss foundry in 1929, Minister is a contemporary design based on Garalde types.

The letters have an oblique stress, capitals are wide, serifs are prominently concave.

Graphite™

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Graphite™ Graphite™

David Siegel began thinking about Graphite in 1982, looking for an architect’s handwriting with a “chiselled pencil” look, much like Tekton exemplifies the architect’s “pen and ink” metaphor.

National Codes Pi™

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National Codes Pi™ National Codes Pi™

This symbol font consists of one-, two-, and three-letter abbreviations that fit into ovals to designate the country in which a motor vehicle is registered.

Corona®

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Corona® Corona®

Belwe™

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Belwe™ Belwe™

Smaragd™

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Smaragd™ Smaragd™

Linotext®

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Linotext® Linotext®

Linotext was designed by Morris Fuller Benton in 1901 and released by American Type Founders as Wedding Text; Linotype picked up the design in 1924.

Linotext is typical of nineteenth-century type designs known as “Old English,” in which the blackletter style is characterized by wide letters and added flourishes.

Flyer™

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Flyer™ Flyer™

Spartan®

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Spartan® Spartan®

Joanna MT®

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Joanna MT® Joanna MT®

Joanna was designed by Eric Gill in 1930, based on type originally cut by Granjon, and released by the Monotype Corporation in 1937.

He created the typeface for the printing firm of Hague & Gill, which he formed to give his idle son-in-law an occupation, and named the design for his daughter. Only the Caslon foundry cut it for hand composition.

Neuland®

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Neuland® Neuland®

Stempel™ Garamond

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Stempel™ Garamond Stempel™ Garamond

Garamond 3™

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Garamond 3™ Garamond 3™

Some of the most popular typefaces in history are those based on the types of the sixteenth-century printer, publisher, and type designer Claude Garamond, whose sixteenth-century types were modeled on those of Venetian printers from the end of the previous century.

Courier

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Courier Courier

Medici Script®

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Medici Script® Medici Script®

Named for the Renaissance Medici family of Florence and designed by Hermann Zapf for Linotype in 1974, Medici is a calligraphic typeface that simulates the look of a broad-edged pen on rough paper.

It is considered a precursor to Zapf’s work for the ITC Zapf Chancery series.

Baker Signet™

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Baker Signet™ Baker Signet™

ITC Quorum®

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ITC Quorum® ITC Quorum®

ITC Quorum was designed by Ray Baker in 1977. The character shapes are essentially oval, with the design falling somewhere between serif and sans; the basic character structure is sans serif, with sharp flared stroke endings that look almost like serifs.

Clairvaux™

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Clairvaux™ Clairvaux™

ITC Stone Informal®

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ITC Stone Informal® ITC Stone Informal®

Goudy Modern MT™

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Goudy Modern MT™ Goudy Modern MT™

Brush Script Std

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Brush Script Std Brush Script Std

ITC Century Handtooled®

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ITC Century Handtooled® ITC Century Handtooled®

Nuptial Script™

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Nuptial Script™ Nuptial Script™

Mathematical Pi™

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Mathematical Pi™ Mathematical Pi™

The six Mathematical Pi fonts include a large variety of characters needed for mathematical typesetting, such as symbols and graphic marks, and Greek, fraktur, blackboard, and script fonts.

Diotima®

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Diotima® Diotima®

Else NPL™

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Else NPL™ Else NPL™

At first glance, Else may seem to be similar to many of the Century typefaces, with its prominent figures and sturdy alphabet.

Verve™

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Verve™ Verve™

"My concept was to create an elegant condensed typeface that would be a typeface for the millennium, in style and functionality,” says Brian Sooy, creator of Verve.

Universal NewsCom+GreekMath

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Universal NewsCom+GreekMath Universal NewsCom+GreekMath

The Universal Pi fonts are collections of symbols and mathematical characters useful for math textbooks and commercial or newspaper publishing.

ITC Tiepolo®

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ITC Tiepolo® ITC Tiepolo®

Oxford™

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Oxford™ Oxford™

Meridien®

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Meridien® Meridien®

Designed by Adrian Frutiger in 1957 for the French foundry Deberny & Peignot, Meridien is a typeface with slightly flared stems, and Latinesque spiky serifs.

Meridien’s relatively large x-height promotes legibility, and does not compromise its essential beauty and grace.

Coronet®

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Coronet® Coronet®

Old Style 7

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Old Style 7 Old Style 7

The name Old Style No. 7 comes from a time when foundries released a variety of typefaces under one name. Linotype produced Old Style No. 7, which was based on an early 1870s typeface from the Bruce Typefoundry, which had based its design on a type from the Scottish foundry Miller and Richards.

ITC Anna™

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ITC Anna™ ITC Anna™

Linotype® European Pi

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Linotype® European Pi Linotype® European Pi

Shelley Script®

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Shelley Script® Shelley Script®

Hiroshige™

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Hiroshige™ Hiroshige™

New Berolina®

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New Berolina® New Berolina®

Charme®

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Charme® Charme®

Charme was designed in 1958 by Helmut Matheis for the Ludwig & Mayer typefoundry. A flowing, informal script with a steep incline, small x-height, and lowercase letters that connect, Charme has a fresh and lively look. Charme works well when used frugally on packaging, letterhead, invitations, and in other casual display situations.

Cascade®

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Cascade® Cascade®

Released by Linotype in 1965, this design by Matthew Carter is based on an earlier type by the Ludlow foundry. Cascade Script is a dark, disconnected script with angular forms. The bold letters have a blatant heavy-marker look, which makes Cascade Script ideal for informal posters and signage.

ITC Cheltenham Handtooled®

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ITC Cheltenham Handtooled® ITC Cheltenham Handtooled®

Tony Stan designed ITC Cheltenham in 1975. It is a revival based on a turn-of-the-century design by architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue. Many typefaces from that period were unable to convey strong, bold ideas, and Cheltenham was created as an alternative; the original Cheltenham had long ascenders and short descenders as a result of legibility studies indicating that the eye identifies letters by scanning their tops. ITC Cheltenham has heavier stroke weights and more condensed proportions; combined with a large x-height, these features provide a legible, unusual text type. ITC Cheltenham Handtooled was designed by Ed Benguiat in 1994 and is a reworking of the ITC Cheltenham Bold into a display face that has the look of incised capitals.

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