Typeface

In typography, a specific variation within a type family, such as roman, italic, bold, etc. In other words, the basic design of the type (for example, Palatino) combined with the weight characteristics (such bold), and the width characteristics (such as condensed). Thus, we have just described the typeface Palatino Bold Condensed. See also Font, Type Family, and Type Series.

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