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1557 Italique Font

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1557 ItaliquePublisher: GLC
1557 Italique was published by GLC. 1557 Italique consists of 1 style. p > Italic type was created by Aldus Manutius in 1499 or 1501, first, before to be a style name, it was a plain font style familly name. This Italique style typeface was influenced from these who was used by Jean de Tournes in Lyon (France) to print La m├łtamorphose d'Ovide figur├łe, a magnificent book with various gothic style wood sculpted pictures.

The original typeface consists of almost all modern-day typical characters other than accented ones, no longer in usage on that time. They have been added, with some others, with regard for the original design. A render sheet, confined in file, help to recognize various others uncommon letters on keyboard.

It is used as successfuly as web-site titles, posters and fliers style, editing ancien texts or greeting cards, invitations, gastronomic menus ... and a lot more, as a very decorative and classy font ...

It supports easily as enhancement as small size, remaining clear and simple to check out from 8 or 9 indicate 72 and more, especially on prints.

Font Family: 1557_Italique

Tags: 1600s, ancient, antiqued, certificate, decorative, fancy, garalde, greetings, invitation, irregular, italic, menus, old-style numerals, oldstyle, ornamental, party, poster, renaissance, script, venetian, vintage, xmas

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