Looking for any suggestions ("Type ID" might be a misnomer for this request, which I would be happy to re-classify) for fonts in the spirit of those found on this late 19th century map. In particular the left legend.
I appreciate that it's a very varied period, but I'm looking for typefaces that are evocative of the UK in the 20th century (specifically fashion) from 1920-80. Any thoughts welcome. thank you.
Hello, colleagues. We, at Intellecta, are proud to announce Invitation Script, a modern and clean revival of the classic work of the Portuguese master penman Manuel de Andrade de Figueiredo, whose work can be seen in “Nova Escola para aprender a ler, escrever, e contar (...)'' (1722)(see footnote). Invitation Script is the third script superfamily published by Intellecta Design, after Penabico and Van den Velde Script.
Invitation Script has original letters designed by Iza W. Creative direction and core programming were provided by Paulo W. Chyrllene K assisted with some work on unusual and archaic styles, resulting in a special font - Invitation Script Archaic (soon available).
I have been using the Unifraktur Maguntia font in Microsoft Word, and had this idea to use a macro to automatically insert ligatures and special characters such as the long s. Does anyone know if this has been done before and if there is already such a tool in existence? David Manthey used the same idea on his 18th century Caslon font:
One of the nice things about Unifraktur Maguntia is that it includes all the necessary ligatures and historic characters. Here is some more information:
Saw this at a mini exhibition they have at Guy's this morning. Was impressed by the clarity and style of the titling. Anyone help me identify? Do a lot of work for heritage places and thought it could come in handy.
I'm trying to find out the identity of this font and if it is still in existence. This is a section of a Swiss customs luggage label and looks like it was hand-rendered (if that's possible). Any help you can give would be gratefully appreciated.