Pragmatica Book fonts
Background: Pragmatica is a ParaType font family with 44 styles. It was developed by Vladimir Yefimov, Alexander Tarbeev and Isabella Chaeva in the year 1989. This typeface is widely used for many applications ranging from magazines and books to advertising and text based headlines in newspapers. It is based on the 19th century Grotesque designs and belongs to the sans serif category.
Designed 1989 by Vladimir Yefimov.