Formatt was a dry transfer lettering product manufactured by Graphic Products Corporation. Unlike Letraset, Formatt type was printed on a translucent adhesive-backed acetate. “You cut out the letters and stuck them down to set into words.” [Simonson]
It is not clear if the library had any original designs. Many fonts in its Catalog No. 7 from 1981 (No. 5 was published in 1974, No. 6 in 1978, No. 8 in 1986) appear to be copies of existing typefaces.