Courier Prime Serif Font is a new take on IBM’s Courier which was designed in 1956 by Howard Kettler. It’s a monospaced family, designed specifically for screenplays. Overall the family is more refined than its predecessor. The serifs are crisper and less rounded. The counters are subtly wider. The bold weight is a bit darker and the italics are more cursive.
This font is free for PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL USE.
Courier Prime Serif Font
License: Free for Commercial Use!
Font Type: TTF
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