What is the 1420 Gothic Script font?
This script font was inspired by the type most commonly used during the period 1300s to 1500s.
It is a compromise between historic truth and contemporary use. We particularly thank very much the Paris Sorbonne University professor who gave us freely and patiently numerous and valuable advice and criticism for this work. More…
This font includes “long s”, naturally, as typically medieval, a lot of ligatures as “ff, ffi, fi, ft, sd, pp…”, some special glyphs frequently used as abbreviation in Latin texts during the medieval era for replacing letter groups such as “qui, qua, que, quia, quam, per, pri, pre…”, but also a few final and initial characters and final addable loops.
Instructions for use, added, helps to identify them on keyboard. It can be used for web-site titles, posters and fliers design, editing ancient texts or greeting cards, all various sorts of presentations, as a very decorative, elegant and luxurious font…
This font remains clear and easy to read over a wide range of sizes. Its original medieval size is about 18/24 points.
1420 Gothic Script Font families
The 1420 Gothic Script includes the following font families:
- 1420 Gothic Script Normal
1420 Gothic Script Preview
Here is a preview of how 1420 Gothic Script will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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