to lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and
Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the
common Defense and general Welfare of the
United States; but all Duties, Imposts and
Excises shall be uniform throughout.
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Concourse Basic$99$139$199
Concourse Standard$179$239$359
EquityConcourse Basic$199$269$399
EquityConcourse Standard$239$319$479
EquityConcourse StandardTriplicate$299$399$599
EquityConcourse StandardTriplicate

Be­cause of se­cu­rity con­sid­er­a­tions, my pay­ment links do not sup­port In­ter­net Ex­plorer 11 or ear­lier. Please use a dif­fer­ent browser.

Con­course Stan­dard in­cludes 162 font files:
= 6 weights (light, book, medium, semi­bold, bold, black)
× 3 se­ries (ro­man, italic, and caps)
+ 9 cloned styles
× 2 vari­ants (reg­u­lar and Tab, with tab­u­lar fig­ures as the de­faults)
× 3 file for­mats (Open­Type, True­Type-com­pat­i­ble Open­Type TT, and WOFF)

Con­course Ba­sic in­cludes 72 font files:
= 3 weights (book, semi­bold, and bold)
× 3 se­ries (ro­man, italic, and caps)
+ 3 cloned styles
× 2 vari­ants (reg­u­lar and Tab)
× 3 file for­mats (Open­Type, Open­Type TT, and WOFF)

Read the font li­cense (it’s short) or the FAQ
For de­tails on char­ac­ter set and Open­Type fea­tures, visit MB Type
For more than five peo­ple, visit MB Type

Con­course is the sans serif font used in this book—for head­ings, side­bars, tech­ni­cal in­struc­tions, and elsewhere.

Con­course takes in­spi­ra­tion from the great geo­met­ric sans ser­ifs of the 1930s, but doesn’t skimp on ver­sa­til­ity, warmth, or personality.

  1. Con­course comes in six weights, with real ital­ics and small caps for every weight. It in­cludes old­style and tab­u­lar al­ter­nate fig­ures.

  2. And … why are you read­ing this, when you could be look­ing at the far more in­ter­est­ing PDF spec­i­men, or the ed­itable web spec­i­men?

  3. Con­course comes with a sep­a­rate set of caps fonts, which con­tain real small caps and al­ready in­clude my rec­om­mended let­terspac­ing.

  4. Con­course has a short, plain-Eng­lish li­cense that in­cludes per­mis­sion to use it in PDFs, web­sites, apps, and elec­tronic books.

As with Eq­uity, Con­course has no demo ver­sion, but I do of­fer a 30-day re­turn op­tion: if the fonts aren’t your style, you can can­cel your li­cense and get a refund.

As you can see from this book, Con­course makes a great sans serif com­pan­ion for Eq­uity. You can buy them to­gether as a dis­counted bundle.