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Old 07-03-2006, 11:01 AM   #1
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I got the Fedra booklet from Typotheque in the post today. Peter Bil'ak now regards Fedra Sans and Fedra Serif (plus all the variants) as complete after five years of development.

The 64-page boohlet gives a very complete description of the fonts, which are available as PS or TT (Mac or Win), OT Standard, and OT Pro.

The only thing I couldn't find out was the prices, because I couldn't make the logging-in process work, despite putting in the new password Typotheque sent me last month.

   
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The only thing I couldn't find out was the prices

I've now got the prices for Fedra Serif OpenType Pro:

complete set, Fedra Serif A or B: €670.00
complete set, Fedra Serif A + B: €990.00

So fairly expensive; but the advanced features are very extensive, and each font has about 2000 glyphs. The individual TT or Type 1 fonts are much cheaper, but you may need a lot of them.

   
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