Chronicle Text is a Transitional serif typeface released by H&FJ (now known as Hoefler & Co.) in 2002. It’s classified as a Scotch, a style that originated in Scotland at the end of the eighteenth century, which is a subspecies of the Transitional classification. Chronicle Text was designed to be used as a text typeface while its cousin, Chronicle Display, was designed for use at larger sizes.
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