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Times New Roman font appears on The Times

Times New Roman font appears for the first time on The Times.

3 October, 1932

The Times New Roman font was first used by The Times newspaper on 3rd October 1932. The serif typeface was commissioned by the newspaper and designed by Victor Lardent in collaboration with Stanley Morison of Monotype. The font has becomes one of the most widely used typefaces in the world especially after being distributed with Microsoft Windows.

The Times first appeared on 1st January 1788.

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