Clarendon is a classic typeface design by Eduard Hoffman and Herman Eidenbenz in 1845 and was later redesign in 1953 with more alternate cuts to offer like the euro signs and other special signs and characters. It has different variety set collections which are all perfect for any type of layout designs you want to create.
Bodoni: This is oldest typeface in my list for now. Typeface designed by Giambattista Bodoni in 1798. Today, Bodoni has over 100 variants for you to use...
Courier is designed to resemble typewriters by Howard "Bud" Kettler in 1955. Then it becomes typewriter's font. By the way, if you are thinking about writing screenplay one day, do not forget to use 12 pt Courier. It's a standart that you can't ignore.
Century Gothic is another great font design by Morris Fuller Benton with the help of Sol Hess to come up with this font that has clean cut edges, with perfect cursive details and neat open spaces perfect for large icons and signs.
Futura is designed in 1927 by Paul Renner. He wanted to create modern typeface and designed Futura with simple geometric shapes. From 1930s to today Futura is still the representative of modernism.
Franklin Gothic and its related faces are realist sans-serif typefaces originated by Morris Fuller Benton in 1902. “Gothic” was a contemporary term meaning sans-serif. Historian Alexander Lawson speculated that Franklin Gothic was influenced by Berthold’s Akzidenz-Grotesk types which was later presented as fact by Philip Meggs and Rob Carter.