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DIN Neuzeit Grotesk.
The light Neuzeit-Grotesk typeface was originally designed in 1928 by Wilhelm Pischner for type publisher D. Stempel. In 1970, the German Standards Committee recommended this sans serif typeface for the use in official signage and traffic directional systems. It was once the standard in the print industry. Linotype‘s DIN Neuzeit Grotesk font family is based on this high standards of form and style. It comes with 4 versions and is available as webfont as well as desktop font.