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What WAS that?

by | Apr 2, 2011 | Uncategorized | 4 comments


Moon-Hopkins from the 1920s (?) in good shape:

1950 (!) ad:

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  1. Ted

    I really love the font on the Graphika there. I'm pleased that you digitized it into a computer font, but it's awesome to see the variations in letterforms that only a typewriter can provide. (:

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  2. Michael

    This gets my vote for the best typewriter typeface. It's not the standard one on the Graphika, is it?

    I never speak nor write anything on April 1, for fear it will come back to bite me on the 2nd.

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  3. Richard P

    Michael, the Graphika (to my knowledge) was available with two different proportional typefaces: this one (designed by A.M. Cassandre) and another designed by Imre Reiner. See my typecasts for December 2010 to read more about the Graphika and to download computer fonts based on both typefaces.

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  4. Mike Speegle

    Excellent typeface.

    And kudos for having the will to pass a hopeless machine. Many a time have I fallen prey to "oh I can totally fix this" syndrome.

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