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  1. Dolly Typeface

    Dolly Roman is neutral and useful for long texts, and uses old-style figures. Dolly Italic is narrower and lighter in…

  2. Doulos SIL Typeface

    Doulos SIL is very similar to Times/Times New Roman, but only has a single face – regular. It is intended…

  3. Equity Typeface
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    Equity is modeled on one of the Matthew Butterick’s favorite fonts of the 1930s, Monotype Ehrhardt. Like Times New Roman,…

  4. Erato Typeface
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    Erato follows the structure of french and dutch 17th century types. But instead of being historical, it uses modern formal…

  5. FF Parable Typeface

    Parable is a versatile serifed face for serious typography. It is optimized for print in small text sizes (between 6…

  6. Filmotype Royal Typeface
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    Originally released in the early-mid 1960s, Filmotype developed and released Royal as one of its earliest Transitional Serif typefaces inspired…

  7. Harriet Series Typeface
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    The Harriet Series is a rational serif family. It’s a contemporary reflection of the serifs popular in mid-20th-century American and…

  8. ITC Tyfa Pro Typeface
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    In 1960, a Czechoslovakian design competition was held to determine the best new Czech typeface for book composition. The winner…

  9. Kostic Serif Typeface
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    Kostic Serif is a classic transitional typeface (like Baskerville, Bookman, Caslon, Times) with tall, clean characters and a large glyph…

  10. Madison Typeface
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    Madison Antiqua™ was original released as a metal typeface for hand setting in 1965. The letters were produced by D.…

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