Do you still remember the times before computers have moved into our offices and before Times New Roman and Arial conquered our desks?
For drawing up documents in the 50s or 60s there was not really another chance than taking the good old typewriter (in general with the monospaced and handmade appearance). The only - expensive - alternative was to give the document to a professional typesetting and printing company.
To get a little bit the look and feel of genuine printed characters there were special typewriters with proportionally spaced fonts, e.g. the "IBM Executive" Typewriter. So one could obtain a little the appearance of a genuine printed matter in Highschool yearbooks, master theses and business documents. Technically these typewriters used up to 5 units per character (e.g. the narrow "i" needed 2 units and the wide "W" needed 5 units).
F25 Executive is a remake of such a proportional typewriter font. It's free to use and if you like the look and feel of the documents of the 50s and 60s you will enjoy it.
F25 Executive font contains 225 defined characters and 126 unique glyphs. The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (92), Latin-1 Supplement (89), Latin Extended-A (10), Latin Extended-B (1), Spacing Modifier Letters (9), Greek and Coptic (1), General Punctuation (13), Currency Symbols (1), Letterlike Symbols (1), Mathematical Operators (7).
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