to lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and
Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the
common Defense and general Welfare of the
United States; but all Duties, Imposts and
Excises shall be uniform throughout.
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Concourse includes 162 font files:
= 6 weights (light, book, medium, semibold, bold, black)
× 3 series (roman, italic, and caps)
+ 9 cloned styles
× 2 variants (regular and Tab, with tabular figures as the defaults)
× 3 file formats (OpenType, TrueType-compatible OpenType TT, and WOFF)
Concourse is one of the fonts available for body text in this book. (Click on the font-selection toolbar at the bottom of the page to try it.) It’s also used in this book for sidebars, technical instructions, and labels.
Concourse takes inspiration from the geometric sans serifs of the 1930s, but doesn’t skimp on versatility, warmth, or personality.
Concourse comes in six weights, with real italics and small caps for every weight. It includes oldstyle and tabular alternate figures.
Concourse has a short, plain-English font license that includes permission to use it in PDFs, websites, apps, and electronic books.
Concourse has no demo version, but I do offer a 30-day return option: if the fonts aren’t your style, you can cancel your license for a refund.