|Designer(s)||Georges Peignot, Matthew Carter|
|Foundry||Deberny & Peignot
|Also known as||Sonderdruck|
Cochin is a transitional serif typeface. It was originally produced in 1912 by Georges Peignot for the Paris foundry Deberny & Peignot and was based on the copperplate engravings of French artist Nicolas Cochin, from which the typeface also takes its name. In 1977 Cochin was adapted and expanded by Matthew Carter for Linotype. The font has a small x-height with long ascenders.
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