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Ingrama [Peter Henninger]

Ingrama stands for International Graphic Marketing. Defunct foundry in Vevey (Switzerland) which produced Raleigh (1977, now a Bitstream font family) and Seagull (1978, Adrian Williams, Bob McGrath; now also a Bitstream font). Raleigh's story as told by MyFonts.com: Started by Carl Dair. After Dair's death, David Anderson redrew the design for Typsettra, where it was renamed Raleigh. Adrian Williams at Fonts added three weights as a display series for Conways, while Robert Norton drew the text series. Ingrama was run by Peter Henninger out of Vevey, Switzerland.

Modern digital typefaces based on the original Ingrama types include Raleigh Serial (SoftMaker), Digital Serial (SoftMaker), Lingwood Serial (SoftMaker), Expressa Serial (SoftMaker), Pasadena Serial (SoftMaker), Worcester Serial (SoftMaker), Diamante Serial (SoftMaker), Leamington Serial (SoftMaker: based on Adrian Williams' Leamington, 1978), Stratford Serial (SoftMaker), Seagull (Bitstream), Seagull Serial (SoftMaker), Accolade Serial (SoftMaker), Casablanca Serial (SoftMaker), Helium Serial (SoftMaker), Raleigh (Bitstream). The Softmaker typefaces were made in 1994.

View surviving Ingrama typefaces.

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