Distinguished from Quartz by a number of small differences. Most notably, corners are chamfered in numerals, but unchamfered in ‘M’ and ‘N’; ‘1’ doesn’t have an entry stroke, ‘L’ is a mirrored ‘J’, ‘G’ has a longer roof, and ‘V’ is pointed.
Digital versions by SoftMaker (w/ italics; credited to Alan Birch which appears to be a mix-up with LCD) and TypeShop Collection (as TS Quartz, 3 weights plus obliques).
Quartz Medium (The Font Company, 1992) is a similar version that’s no longer sold. It has unchamfered corners in numerals (except for ‘3’), a ‘1’ w/ flag, a ‘2’ w/ top left terminal chamfered the other way), and small caps in the lowercase.
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