Monotype Courier 12 font family


Designed by  Monotype Design Studio
Howard Kettler in 1955

About Monotype Courier 12 font family

Designed as a typewriter face for IBM, Courier was redrawn by Adrian Frutiger for the IBM Selectric series. Courier is a typical fixed pitch design, monotone in weight and slab serif in concept. The Courier font is used to emulate typewriter output for reports, tabular work and technical documentation.

Monotype Courier 12

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Monotype Courier 12

1 Family



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Monotype Courier 12 Regular

-  1 variant
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