PostScript Type 1 fonts

PostScript or Type 1 fonts were developed by Adobe in 1985 for use with their PostScript printers, and initially this technology was available only from Adobe. Adobe declared PostScript fonts obsolete years ago when they released the first all-OpenType version of their font catalogue. Apple is also slowly reducing support of PostScript fonts.

Typotheque stopped selling PostScript fonts in 2009, and they are now available only by request. If you need to use PostScript fonts, please to specify which styles you need, which style of numerals you’d like to use, and which platform the fonts will be installed on. A single user licence for one PostScript font is €60. A small conversion fee will be charged for creating the PostScript fonts.

Please note that PostScript fonts can access only 220 glyphs, are not compatible with Unicode, and are not cross-platform compatible, so different fonts need to be made for Mac and Windows.