Onyx font family

Many fonts look like Onyx, inspired by a font named Stephanie that the Bauer foundry issued in 1870. Onyx began its life in 1937 at the American Type Founders, and this version comes from Monotype Typography. The condensed form of this font, combined with its high-waisted letters and mixture of thick/thin strokes, evokes an elegant, formal charm.

Onyx

Onyx

Versions 1.51
File name onyx.ttf
Authors Gerry Powell
Copyright Typeface © of The Monotype Corporation plc Data © of The Monotype Corporation plc/Type Solutions, Inc. 1990-1991 All Rights Reserved. Portions © 1992 Microsoft Corp. All rights reserved.
Trademark Onyx is a Trademark of The Monotype Corporation plc
Font vendor Agfa Monotype Corporation
Unicode ranges
Code pages 1252 Latin 1
Mac Roman Macintosh Character Set (US Roman)
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
Exchange 4.0 0.91
Greetings 99 1.50
Home Publishing 99 1.50
Office 2000 Premium 1.50
Office 2007 1.51
Office 2007 Professional Edition 1.51
Office 2010 1.10
Office 4.3 Professional 0.91
Office 97 Small Business Edition SR2 1.50
Office 97 SR1a 1.50
Office Professional Edition 2003 1.51
PhotoDraw 2000 1.50
Picture It! 2000 1.51
Picture It! 2002 1.51
Picture It! 98 1.50
Publisher 2000 1.50
Publisher 2007 1.51
Publisher 97 1.50
Publisher 98 1.50
TrueType Font Pack 2 1.10
Visual Basic 6.0 Enterprise 0.91
Visual Studio 6.0 Enterprise 0.91
Windows Small Business Server 2003 1.51