Ad Lib™ font family

Designed by Freeman Craw in 1961
Ad Lib designed by Freeman Craw for the American Type Founders (ATF) in 1961. A bold Grotesque with irregular rectangular counters in round characters. This type was designed by cutting the letter images out and thus has some wood-cut character. Some lower case characters have slight inclination. Initially numerous alternative characters were provided. Unusual shapes make this typeface useful for advertising and display work.

Ad Lib Regular

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Ad Lib

Technical details
Digital data from:
Technical font names:
File name: ADLIB___.TTF
Windows menu name: Ad Lib ICG
PostScript name: AdLibICG
PostScript full name: Ad Lib ICG
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US$ 35
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