What is the 1756 Dutch font?
This family is inspired from the set of two styles, Roman normal and Italic, and the ornaments used by an unknown printer working around East Switzerland, circa 1750’s. It is a Dutch style font, slightly bolder than usual Fournier’s or Caslon’s Roman fonts, with some emphasized serifs and finals parts and special letters as capital “U” for example. A set of initials, fleurons, ornaments and frame elements is joined to the family as a supplement. More…
The two styles, Normal and Italic, are containing standard ligatures, a few alternative characters and titlings (who are more preferable than enlarged capitals). They are “small eye” or “Small x-eight” fonts. The standard characters set is completed with accented or specific characters for Western (Including Celtic) and Central Europe, Baltic, Eastern Europe and Turkish.
1756 Dutch Font families
The 1756 Dutch includes the following font families:
- 1756 Dutch Normal
- 1756 Dutch Italic
- 1756 Dutch Supplement
1756 Dutch Preview
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