Bookman Old Style™ font family


Designed by Ong Chong Wah in 2005
Morris Fuller Benton in 2007

About Bookman Old Style™ font family

The origins of Bookman Old Style lie in the typeface called Oldstyle Antique, designed by A C Phemister circa 1858 for the Miller and Richard foundry in Edinburgh, Scotland. Many American foundries made versions of this type which eventually became known as Bookman. Monotype Bookman Old Style roman is based on earlier Lanston Monotype and ATF models. The italic has been re drawn following the style of the Oldstyle Antique italics of Miller and Richard. Although called “Old Style,” the near vertical stress of the face puts it into the transitional category. The Bookman Old Style font family is a legible and robust text face.
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Font Designer: Ong Chong Wah

Bookman Old Style

Bookman Old Style

12 Typefaces

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PRO / OT CFF

supports at least

33 languages.

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