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Old 01-29-2019, 11:47 PM   #1
Andrew B.
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Default Baskerville and Lucky Typewriter

No big deal, but I was looking at the Carbon2Cobalt website and became curious about the fonts. One seemed pretty funky and the other seemed to be similar but not funky. It turns out that the funky one is called Lucky Typewriter, and is not from any of the major font sites. The other is Baskerville, which you have all heard of.

Anyway, they seem to work so well together I was temped to compare letters side by side.

   
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