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1557 Civilite Granjon Pro Font

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1557 Civilite  Granjon ProPublisher: GLC Foundry
1557 Civilite Granjon Pro is a historical and script font released by GLC Foundry.

Living from 1545 in Lyon (France), the popular punchcutter Robert Granjon created a typeface looking like his own hand script. The first book printed with this font, in 1557, was probably "Dialogues de la vie et de la mort" (by Innocent Ringhier. This is this complete typeface we are proposing here. It is a captivating typeface with historic forms (s long, s final and others) and numerous ligatures, enhanced with accented letters and other characters not existing in the original (Thorn, eth, lslash……), and a great deal of alternates who allow an abundant and varying typography. Caution: all characters appear with the 1500's manual blackletter old design, especially letters "e" "r" or "h" alternate and some ending types, and might be appear to be challenging to check out for the very first time, but rapidly, it will be very easy.

The font is consisting of all characters for Baltic, West (Including Celtic), East, North and East European language and Turkish.

Font Family: 1557 Civilite Granjon Pro Regular

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