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Re: [BKARTS] Great font source

IMHO, there are many other alternatives to Micro$oft fonts that are
not only free, but look oh so appealing.  Most are made to display on
the computer screen, but what variety!

some links (via Metafilter <http://www.metafilter.com>)


independent source:

If one prefers the polish of commercial fonts there's also:

P22 Type Foundry <http://www.p22.com>
the obligatory Adobe <http://store.adobe.com/type/main.html>

BTW, the link below was broken.  Try

Any of you letterpress folks have a favorite resource?

- Duncan

It is most unusual to be able to
obtain these special fonts at retail low prices. We certainly recommend
letterpress printers to take a look at

www.ascendercorp.com <http://www.ascendercorp.com/pr/pr2005> .html  I hope
this will be a step to greater availability. Much of this is in True Type
ready for the Mac.

Harold Berliner

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