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Helvetica is a san-serif typeface developed in 1957 by Max Miedinger with Eduard Hoffmann at the Haas'sche Schriftgiesserei (Haas Type Foundry) of Münchenstein, Switzerland.

Microgramma is a sans serif font designed by Aldo Novarese and Alessandro Butti for the Nebiolo Type Foundry in 1952.

Design Flashback: 10 Iconic 1950's Fonts

Granjon (1928) by George W. Jones

Granjon — an old style serif typeface designed by George William Jones in the period and based on the Garamond typeface that was used in a book printed by the Parisian Jean Poupy in

Didot (typeface) - Wikipedia

The most famous Didot typefaces were developed in the period Firmin Didot cut the letters, and cast them as type in Paris.

Weight-  Dark characters from part of a font, which creates a thickness of strokes etc.

WEIGHT Relative darkness of the characters of a type font resulting from the relative thickness of the strokes, expressed as light, bold, extrabold, etc.

FF DIN is a realist sans-serif typeface designed in 1995 by Albert-Jan Pool, based on DIN-Mittelschrift and DIN-Engschrift, as defined in the German standard DIN 1451.[1] DIN is an acronym for Deutsches Institut für Normung (German Institute of Standardisation). Posters for the film The Wolf of Wall Street use FF DIN.

Stressed out about choosing a font? Cheat Sheet: Above (the first 5 boxes) are some very safe choices if you feel completely at a loss for choosing fonts (and you’re bored of Helvetica - hey, vanilla.

Frutiger

Swiss typographer Adrian Frutiger, designer of typefaces including Univers, Avenir and the eponymous Frutiger, has died

Designed by the same Adrian Frutiger as created the font for Charles de Gaulle Airport, this typeface was created specifically for Charles Peignot and imposes a strict discipline from light to dark and from extra-condensed to extended.      jpg (700×827)    Typography

Designed by the same Adrian Frutiger as created the font for Charles de Gaulle Airport, this typeface was created specifically for Charles Peignot and imposes a strict discipline from light to dark and from extra-condensed to extended.

Kabel (1927) by Rudolf Koch

ITC Kabel, designed in 1927 by Rudolf Koch, inspired by German expressionism. The ITC version is uglier than the MT/LT version, as it features ITC's typical larger x-height. The MT/LT version is closer to Koch's original.

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