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Linotype

Linotype

Linotype originally manufactured typesetters that cast a line of type at a time, used by newspapers and general printers, and developed fonts exclusively for its own equipment.

In the 1980s Linotype began to exploit its font libraries for other equipment, including an agreement with Adobe Systems to make some of the most famous Linotype fonts available in PostScript Type 1 format.

In 1997 Linotype Library was formed as a separate division of the Heidelberg Group, under the leadership of Bruno Steinert, and since then it has developed one of the world's largest font libraries.

In 2005 Linotype Library changed its name to Linotype GmbH, and in August 2006 Linotype GmbH was acquired by Monotype Imaging, with the intention of maintaining Linotype as a separate identity.

Web: http://www.linotype.com/

Fonts published by Linotype