No Hype here--just lots of pictures of interesting type.
Click on a letter and you will see samples of all the fonts which have names beginning with that letter. If this does not work, try the simple text version. (If you prefer, you can try an alternative specimen book, which attempts to arrange the fonts by design groups.)
You will see a sample of many fonts on each page. To see an almost-complete character set for any font, click on the name of the typeface under the sample. You may have to wait a bit, as these sets have big graphics. (The almost complete sets were constructed on a Macintosh. There may some minor differences between the Mac character sets and Windows character sets.) The question mark character "?" separates the standard ASCII characters from those above ASCII range. The rectangles which populate a few of the character sets are missing character symbol for TrueType, which was the format used to construct the character sets. If there were a great many missing characters, I sometimes removed some of the rectangles.
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