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ITC Stone Serif was designed in 1987 by Sumner Stone with the participation of Bob Ishi as a part of ITC Stone super-family.
As a large integrated family, the Stone types can be mixed successfully with each other in newsletters, business correspondence, books, and packaging.
Cyrillic versions of ITC Stone Sans and ITC Stone Serif were developed by Vladimir Yefimov.Tags: superfamily, book, text, magazines, newspapers, headline, display, advertising, business, dynamic, modern, elegant, small caps, old russian, old style figures, indexes, fractions.ITC Stone Sans is a modern version of the?humanistic?ITC Stone s range of applications is virtually limitless.Use the controls below to customize your text string and its appearance.ITC Stone Serif Medium, ITC Stone Serif Medium Italic, ITC Stone Serif Semi Bold, ITC Stone Serif Semi Bold Italic, ITC Stone Serif Bold, ITC Stone Serif Bold Italic, multilingual, openTypeTrueType/OT, iTC Stone Serif font is a part of ParaType Library.Famous, serif 777 Copyrite - Me, and some others.The Stone fonts are very legible and make a modern, dynamic impression.Desktop Web Font, try this font now!




Coincidentally, ishi is the Japanese word for stone, which precluded any squabbling about whose name the font would carry.Format: OpenType Pro (CFF character Count: 490, product ID: ITC6083OPP, material Number:, technical Name(s StoneSerifitcpro-Bold.The ITC Stone family consists of three subfamilies Serif, Sans, and Informal each consisting of three weights plus matching italics.The package provides metric files and LaTeX support for Stone Sans and Stone Serif fonts from Adobe, in both maths and text modes.Multilingual, openTypeTrueType/OT, iTC Stone Serif Semi Bold, multilingual, openTypeTrueType/OT, iTC Stone Serif Semi Bold Italic.It army manual for physical training has three subfamilies: Serif, Sans, and Informal, each consisting of three weights plus matching italics.
They contain the linguistic symbols used by the International Phonetic Association, comprising more than 300 letters and diacritical marks, both historical and official.