Nicolas Cochin® font family


Designed by Georges Peignot in 1912
Nicholas Cochin in ca. 1742

About Nicolas Cochin® font family

Georges Peignot designed Cochin based on copper engravings of the 18th century and Charles Malin cut the typeface in 1912 for the Paris foundry Deberny & Peignot. The font is named after the French engraver Charles Nicolas Cochin (1715-1790) although its style had little to do with that of the copper artist's. The font displays a curious mix of style elements and could be placed as a part of the typographical Neorenaissance movement. Cochin is especially large and wide and was especially popular at the beginning of the 20th century.
More related documents:
Type Gallery: Nicolas Cochin
Font Designer: Georges Peignot
Font Designer: Deberny & Peignot

Nicolas Cochin

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Nicolas Cochin

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Nicolas Cochin® Regular -  1 variant
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Nicolas Cochin® Italic -  1 variant
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Nicolas Cochin® Black -  1 variant
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