Georgia W99 Regular Fonts
Typeface and data copyright 1996 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
Designed in 1996 by Matthew Carter. Georgia is the serif companion to the first Microsoft sans serif screen font, Verdana. It was designed specifically to address the challenges of on-screen display and hand-instructed by leading hinting expert, Tom Rickner. Georgia was jokingly named after a tabloid headline Alien heads found in Georgia. If you must have one serif face for reading on a computer, then you've found the best one right here.
Georgia is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
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