Dime Store font family


Designed by  Harry Warren

About Dime Store font family

Dime Store is a font designed by Harry Warren, inspired by childhood memories of dime stores in downtowns and shopping malls in the 1970s.  The font was tweaked and digitized by Bob Alonso, who also digitized Harry's Cooper Goodtime font.  Dime Store is a cool, hip, nostalgic way of creating a decorative display, and at times it seems to have a slightly futuristic look, too.

Dime Store

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Dime Store

1 Family



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Dime Store Regular

-  2 variants
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