Monotype Century™ Schoolbook font family


Designed by Morris Fuller Benton in 2007
Monotype Design Studio in 1934

About Monotype Century™ Schoolbook font family

Monotype Century Schoolbook is another member of the Century family based on the Century Expanded typeface. The Monotype Century Schoolbook family was designed to fulfill the need for a solid, legible face for printing schoolbooks. It is wider and heavier than Century Expanded, there is also less contrast between thick and thin strokes. First cut by Monotype in 1934 and based on versions from ATF and Lanston Monotype, the sturdy nature of Monotype Century Schoolbook, coupled with its inherent legibility, has made it a popular choice for setting books, newspapers and magazines.
More related documents:
Font Designer: Morris Fuller Benton – About the Designer

Monotype Century Schoolbook

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Monotype Century Schoolbook

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