Old Style 7 font family


Designed by Miller and Richard Foundry in 1902

About Old Style 7 font family

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.
Old Style No. 7 is a reliable text type that is serviceable for both books and shorter copy demands, such as magazines.
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Font Designer: Miller + Richards Foundry

Old Style 7

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Old Style 7 Roman
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Old Style 7 Italic
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