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FREE with any order this month is Geographica Hand, a vintage serif text font.
Timberwolf Type : Book Texts : New Millennium Sans
Timberwolf Type New Millennium Sans™ ($84) Try the New Millennium Sans font   Order the New Millennium Sans font 
Copyright: ©2000 by Lars Bergquist, Timberwolf Type
Includes: New Millennium Sans Regular ($24), New Millennium Sans Italic ($24), New Millennium Sans Bold ($24), New Millennium Sans Bold Italic ($24)
Bundles: TWT New Millennium Series | 3IP Book Texts Collection | Timberwolf Type Library

Character sets:  Regular | Italic | Bold | Bold Italic


New Millennium Sans

New Millennium SansNew Millennium Sans is one of three font families that share a common name, a common design philosophy, a common x-height, and basic character shapes. (The others are New Millennium and New Millennium Linear; all three work well together.) New Millennium Sans is a “humanist sans” in the Optima vein—but without certain quirks (e.g., the “waisted” strokes) of the latter. It has proportional lining numerals whose height comes midway between the lower- and uppercases. (The bold styles are identical to those of New Millennium.) New Millennium Sans might be used in books, periodicals, or any large text blocks where a legible sans is desired. US$84.

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  New Millennium Sans Family (incl. Regular, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)

$84

  New Millennium Sans Regular

$24

  New Millennium Sans Italic

$24

  New Millennium Sans Bold

$24

  New Millennium Sans Bold Italic

$24

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  New Millennium Sans Family (incl. Regular, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)

$84

  New Millennium Sans Regular

$24

  New Millennium Sans Italic

$24

  New Millennium Sans Bold

$24

  New Millennium Sans Bold Italic

$24

Full License (Desktop + Web)  💻 🌐

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  New Millennium Sans Family (incl. Regular, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic)

$129

  New Millennium Sans Regular

$36

  New Millennium Sans Italic

$36

  New Millennium Sans Bold

$36

  New Millennium Sans Bold Italic

$36

💻 Desktop License—a standard license for creating personal/commercial art, documents, and graphics.
🌐 Web License—permitting installation on a server for embedding fonts via CSS in website designs.


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