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Agfa Monotype Adds Victory Type and FontHaus Font Collections to Fonts.com

Wednesday, October 16, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

WILMINGTON, Mass.---Oct. 15, 2002--Agfa Monotype Corporation has added hundreds of new fonts to Fonts.com with the release of the FontHaus(TM) and Victory Type(TM) collections. Both sets can be previewed and purchased by clicking on their logos from the front page of www.fonts.com. The 23 display fonts in the Victory Type collection range from grunge, retro, modern to casual. Typefaces include Balance(TM), a heavily weighted squared sans serif available in three varieties, and Embargo(TM), a four-font family featuring outline and oblique designs. Victory Type fonts are available in Postscript and TrueType formats for Macintosh and Microsoft Windows platforms. Individual fonts can be purchased for $22. Volumes start at $44. FontHaus now represents one of the largest libraries available from Fonts.com. The collection's 522 fonts range from large-family text faces to single-font display designs. Among the more popular FontHaus typefaces are the QuickType(TM) and Latienne(TM) text families. Most fonts are available for Macintosh and Windows. Availability of PostScript and TrueType formats varies between fonts. Prices for individual FontHaus fonts start at $22 with volumes of two or more fonts starting at $44. "We're pleased to add this large, diverse and exciting assortment of fonts to Fonts.com," said Allan Haley, director of words and letters at Agfa Monotype. "We strive to add every sought-after, high-quality font to Fonts.com -- already the most comprehensive and convenient place to shop for fonts on the Internet."

 

 

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