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  1. Steletto OS Flair by Jonahfonts 35.00 USD
    Condensed Oldstyle Gothic with flair. Great for tight-fitting headlines and other condensed titling situations such as headlines, ads, invitations, captions, packaging, bulletins, posters, and greeting cards.

  2. Arial Narrow OS by Monotype 49.00 USD
    Arial Narrow OS was published by Monotype. Arial Narrow OS contains 4 styles and family package options.

  3. Neue OS Icons by Neue 15.00 USD
    neue OS Icons is a font to personalise app icons on your iPhone. The family of six weights enables you to style your iPhone screen in multiple ways: as a collection of stylised icons in outlined and filled variants or as a purely typographic setting with one or two letter icons. And if you want to crank up to eleven superimpose a grid onto each icon. Caution though: Nerd alert!The neue OS Icons was designed in a similar fashion as neue UXUI Icons. Unobtrusive and elegant in appearance with legibility and distinctiveness in mind. neue OS Icons covers all 26 Apple categories from entertainment, social networking to navigation and many more. You have the choice between two and ten different icons for each category in order to make your iPhone truly unique and personal.To do so just download our Adobe Illustrator template which features all 260 stylised icons, 144 one letter icons and 100 two letter icons. Export as PNG and start personalising your iPhone. Not sure how? Watch our short YouTube video that walks you through all steps.A picture is worth a thousand words. To spare you the thousand words we’ve created a PDF that showcases all available neue OS Icons with their names and categories. This is especially handy if you want to use typographic symbols. Want to test neue OS Icons before you buy? Request fully functioning trial fonts here: hi@neuefoundry.com

  4. Times New Roman OS by Monotype 49.00 USD
    Times New Roman OS was published by Monotype. Times New Roman OS contains 4 styles and family package options.

  5. OCR-A by Adobe 35.00 USD
    In 1968, American Type Founders produced OCR-A, one of the first optical character recognition typefaces to meet the criteria set by the U.S. Bureau of Standards. The design is simple so that it can be read by a machine, but it is slightly more difficult for the human eye to read.

  6. OCR-A by URW Type Foundry 35.00 USD
    OCR-A was published by URW Type Foundry. OCR-A contains 1 style.

  7. Florissant A by Scriptorium 12.00 USD
    Florissant A was designed by David Nalle and published by Scriptorium. Florissant A contains 1 style.

  8. Guilloche A by Wiescher Design 80.00 USD
    Guilloches were – in the old days – used to make the falsification of banknotes more difficult. The engraving of these intricate lines was done by a highly specialized mechanical machine, which was operated by an equally highly specialized engraving artist. Once the settings for a specific curve were changed back to zero it was very difficult, if not impossible to set them back to the old design.

  9. OCR-A by Bitstream 29.00 USD
    A set of capitals adequate for machine reading only; this barely legible pioneer sees declining use.

  10. Scripio A by AType 24.95 USD
    Scripio A was the first font which I submitted to MyFonts.com. It is a decorative font. Little bit technical. I wanted to make a font which would be interesting to all. To some extent it has justified my hopes.

  11. Flourishes A by Wiescher Design 39.50 USD
    FlorishesA are a set of flourishes, that serves well for frames and other elegant embellishments, they are beginning of last century American.

  12. Corner A by CarnokyType 20.00 USD
    Corner A is a part of Corner type family. This subfamily is designed with square shapes in the corners.The concept of the typeface Corner is based on variation of corner shapes in font characters, from what is also its name derived. The basis is a bitmap modular principle, to which by simple addition of “the missing pixels” in corners of the characters (Corner A) to the shape of diagonal (Corner B), curvature (Corner C), or inversion curvature (Corner D), three more font variations are created. The basic monolinear bitmap weight is supplemented by two more extreme thicknesses – hairline and fat weight. The character set supports the complete Latin, while the x-height of lowercase is drawn at the same height as in the uppercase characters. Corner is a strong display typeface, which allows you to easily experiment and to combine it with its mutual font variations.

  13. OCR A by Linotype 35.00 USD
    OCR A was published by Linotype. OCR A contains 2 styles and family package options.

  14. Ornata A by Wiescher Design 39.50 USD
    Ornata A is the first of a series of old ornaments that I am trying to save from oblivion.

  15. Polygon A by Wiescher Design 49.00 USD
    Polygon are unique fonts with a modern character based on the rational thinking of the enlightenment with its classic forms and timeless elegance. This first installment will be followed by more extreme and by less extreme designs on the same design basics. You get many embellished characters in each font. The font has over 1100 glyphs, but you need to have Open-Type-Savvy software to use the font to its full extend. These fonts have been designed to work great as bodycopy, the heavier weights are meant to be used for smaller sized typesetting and the lighter ones should be used when the sizes get bigger. Enjoy!

  16. A Pompadour by Ana's Fonts 12.00 USD
    A Pompadour is an elegant retro font family, inspired by vintage advertising. It includes two styles (plus variations!) that go together nicely. The fonts include OpenType features such as ligatures, small caps, and swashes.

  17. ION A by Setup 9.95 USD
    ION A is a part of the ION superfamily, which consists of 3 families: condensed (ION A), normal (ION B) and wide (ION C), each having a compelling range of 10 weights. Styles Thin to Black have 436 glyphs supporting more than 70 Latin-based languages and the three heaviest weights, named U1, U2 and U3 have 94 basic glyphs.

  18. Scrolls A by Wiescher Design 39.50 USD
    Scrolls A are a set of pictorial scrolls like signs of the zodiac, animals, dishes, flowers, symbols, decorative and Americana. They are beginning of last century American.

  19. Okay A by Okaycat 24.95 USD
    Okay-A lets you make 3D letters that look to be fastened down with screws. Inspired by the angular futuristic shapes of Japanese Katakana letters, this angular font is bold and square.

  20. Side A by bb-bureau 48.00 USD
    Side A – Bauhaus-inspiredExperimental and spiky type in 3 sizes (1 - 1/2 - 1/3), designed by Benoît Bodhuin

  21. Eolia A by Eurotypo 24.00 USD
    In ancient Greece, the inhabitants of the Aegean islands and the northwest coast of Asia Minor were called "Eolia". Eolia is a family of sans serif fonts that combine grotesque style with certain geometric characteristics. This family composed of six weights harmonically controlled, has blunt strokes, perfectly defined with subtle modulations as a result of careful optical corrections. The control of the counterforms and accurate kerning gives it great readability, personality, aesthetic value and visual impact.

  22. Noyh A by Typesketchbook 39.00 USD
    Noyh A is altered from the form of the original Noyh to give an addition to the Handmade type. It’s delightful being used alone or in combination with Noyh. You may find it on art publications, in fancy cafes, or even on marriage invitation card. Features include Bistro which has rough edge and the smoother edge Cafe with options of texture to add variations to the type. It also comes with Manuscript and Handdrawn designs that match to them and support caption texts. Element and Handdrawn patterns are available to complement the 17 letters of Noyh A.

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