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The last font we are featuring this week is:

Cooper Black is a child of the roaring 20’s.  Typographer Oswald Bruce Cooper designed this font in 1921, Barnhart Brothers & Spindler type foundry released it in 1922.  Cooper Black is a rather versatile font and has enjoyed a lot of use in popular culture and product packaging.

Cooper Black is currently sold through Linotype and can’t be found for free on-line.  But, never fear!  If you are drawn to Cooper Black for your font needs and have Microsoft Office installed on your computer, the font is included.

 

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