Mistral font family

Sitting on the edge of the Mediterranean during the 1950s, was the Fonderie Olive. Supplying it with type designs, from a studio filled with devoted assistants, was Roger Excoffon. The assistants were right to be devoted; the creative space he filled remains empty to this day. But among the many faces that came out of Excoffon's studio were the Antique Olive family and Mistral, which probably will never be successfully imitated. What better testimonial can a designer have? Mistral was a tour de force in metal type making, because this apparently casual script joined flawlessly (although the ragged outline helps to disguise the joins). Now it looks just as good in electronic form.

Mistral

Mistral

Versions 2.10
File name mistral.ttf
Authors
Copyright © Copyright by URW, 1992. Portions © 1992 Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved.
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Unicode ranges
Code pages 1252 Latin 1
1250 Latin 2: Eastern Europe
1251 Cyrillic
1253 Greek
1254 Turkish
1257 Windows Baltic
Mac Roman Macintosh Character Set (US Roman)
869 IBM Greek
866 MS-DOS Russian
865 MS-DOS Nordic
863 MS-DOS Canadian French
861 MS-DOS Icelandic
860 MS-DOS Portuguese
857 IBM Turkish
855 IBM Cyrillic; primarily Russian
852 Latin 2
775 MS-DOS Baltic
737 Greek; former 437 G
850 WE/Latin 1
437 US
Number of glyphs
Symbol encoded False
Fixed pitch False

Licensing info

Products that supply this font

Product name Font version
Access 97 SR2 1.50
Greetings 99 2.00
Home Publishing 99 2.00
Office 2007 2.10
Office 2007 Home-Student Edition 2.10
Office 2007 Professional Edition 2.10
Office 2010 1.10
Office 97 Small Business Edition SR2 1.50
Office 97 SR1a 1.50
Office Professional Edition 2003 2.10
Picture It! 2000 2.10
Picture It! 2002 2.10
Publisher 2000 2.00
Publisher 2007 2.10
Publisher 97 1.50
TrueType Font Pack 2 1.10
Windows Small Business Server 2003 2.10
Works 4.5a 1.10
Works 9 2.10