ITC Souvenir® Monospaced font family


Designed by Ned Bunnel in 2009

About ITC Souvenir® Monospaced font family

The Souvenir typeface was originally drawn by Morris Fuller Benton in 1914 as a single weight for the American Type Founders company. It was revived in 1967 by Photo-Lettering and optimized for phototypesetting equipment. ITC was formed in 1971 and, with the help of Photo-Lettering, introduced ITC Souvenir as one of its first font families. ITC Souvenir was designed by Ed Benguiat and comes in four weights, each with a matching italic. In 1983, Ned Bunnel's ITC Souvenir Monospaced was released; this is a monospace version of ITC Souvenir.

ITC Souvenir Monospaced

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ITC Souvenir Monospaced

2 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

ITC Souvenir® Monospaced Regular -  3 variants
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ITC Souvenir® Monospaced Bold -  3 variants
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