Can I trademark logotype or logos which are made up of a typeface only?

Procuring the license to use a typeface gives you the right to use it but not to own it exclusively. A typeface logo can me trademarked if it contains artistic features which is unique and allows it an overall fixed form for it to be perceived as an independent utilitarian shape. Marginal variations of typographic ornamentation or simply keeping a logo to mere lettering are not copyrightable.