Valuta

Valuta, which means "currency" in Hungarian (and other languages), is based on a set of numbers used by Hungarian banknotes between 1947 and 1995. Most printed currency includes two kinds of typography: important numbers such as the denomination, which are rendered with great fanfare, and serial numbers and other data which are made as plain as possible. To state their date and place of issue, Hungarian banknotes cleverly included a third style, one which is simultaneously plain and decorative. Neither artless nor rococo, these numbers neatly bridge the realms of the hand- and machine-made.

Suggested Pairings:
Valuta with Gotham Valuta with Gotham Valuta with Gotham
Valuta with Didot Valuta with Didot Valuta with Didot
Valuta with Whitney Valuta with Whitney Valuta with Whitney
Valuta with Vitesse Valuta with Vitesse Valuta with Vitesse

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