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  1. Seventies by Lián Types 18.00 USD
    'Meeeeoooow'! Seventies is another of my 'funkadelic' attempts (1) to fill the existing gap of seventyish looking fonts. In my opinion, that decade has a hidden treasure regarding type that remains unexplored: Only very few fonts rescue its 'groovy' essence, its ‘colourful’ qualities.

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  3. 7 Seconds by T-26 39.00 USD
    7 Seconds was designed by Peter Bruhn and published by T-26. 7 Seconds contains 2 styles and family package options.

  4. Antique 7 by Wooden Type Fonts 15.00 USD
    An Egyptian unbracketed heavy serif font, largely for display.

  5. Spring#7 by Joey Maul 12.00 USD
    Spring#7 is a 1900s-style font based on text on postcards found after the turn of the century.

  6. Mini 7 by MiniFonts.com 15.00 USD
    MINI 7 is probably the most popular pixel font in use on the Web today. In addition to Regular and Tight versions, the set includes Bold, Condensed, Condensed Bold, Extended and Extended Bold variants.

  7. dearJoe 7 by JOEBOB graphics 39.00 USD
    The dearJoe series of fonts came to life around the year 1999, when I created dearJoe 1, which was a first (and half-assed) attempt to convert my own handwriting into a working font. Being able to type in my own hand had always been a childhood fantasy, and even though I only partly understood the software, a working font was generated and I decided to put it on the internet for people to use in their own personal projects.Which they did: at this moment the dearJoe 1 font has been downloaded millions of times and can be found on Vietnamese riksjas, Tasmanian gyms and chocolate stores on 5th Avenue for instance.

  8. Aegipti 7 by 2D Typo 28.00 USD
    Aegypti 7 is a digital revival of Font No.7 or Egyptian Narrow - a Soviet display face cast for hand composition. I settled on the 12pt version as a basis for my digital version, as larger sizes added too much contrast to an otherwise quite orderly slab serif. The Soviet Font No.7 itself was based on an older Semi-Egyptian narrow cut before the revolution.

  9. Seven by T-26 29.00 USD
    Seven was designed by Nagesh Shinde and published by T-26. Seven contains 1 style.

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  11. Old Style 7 by Adobe 35.00 USD
    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.

  12. Linotype CMC-7 by Linotype 65.00 USD
    Linotype CMC-7 was designed by Linotype Design Studio and published by Linotype. Linotype CMC-7 contains 1 style.

  13. Black No.7 by Typocalypse 20.79 USD
    Inspired by the famous Tennessee whiskey logo from 1866, the Black No.7 has over 400 glyphs including ligatures, alternates and special characters.

  14. Old Style 7 by Linotype 35.00 USD
    Old Style 7 was published by Linotype. Old Style 7 contains 3 styles and family package options.

  15. Mini 7 HR by MiniFonts.com 12.00 USD
    Mini 7 HR was published by MiniFonts.com. Mini 7 HR contains 8 styles and family package options.

  16. Webicon 7 + 8 by MiniFonts.com 12.00 USD
    The Webicon 7 + 8 package contains the Webicon 7 and 8 fonts. It comes with over 160 original icons in both positive and negative variants, so you get over 320 icons with hundreds of possibilities.

  17. Mini 7 XUB by MiniFonts.com 8.00 USD
    MINI 7 Extra Bold and Ultra Bold extend the very popular Mini 7 font family adding two extra weights in regular and tight spacing.

  18. Deco Experiment 7 by Intellecta Design 20.90 USD
    Deco Experiment 7 was designed by Iza W and published by Intellecta Design. Deco Experiment 7 contains 2 styles and family package options.

  19. Old Dreadful No. 7 by Bitstream 29.00 USD
    Old Dreadful No. 7 is truly a unique typeface design. Bitstream’s designers and other employees all contributed individual letterforms to the character set. This typeface is definitely not recommended for long blocks of texts! David Robbins expanded his contribution of the capital I into a complete typeface, Eyeballs.

  20. Rocketman XV-7 NF by Nick's Fonts 10.00 USD
    A Nick’s Fonts original, strongly influenced by the “futuristic” lettering styles of 1930s science fiction, most notably Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers.

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