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1584 Pragmatica Lima Font

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1584 Pragmatica LimaPublisher: GLC Foundry
1584 Pragmatica Lima is a historical typeface household. This typeface has 2 styles and was released by GLC Foundry.

This household was created influenced from the set of fontfaces utilized in Lima (Peru) by Antonio Ricardo to print in 1584 the first publication ever printed in Southern America: a four page brochure in Spanish untitled "Pragmática sanción" with the details about the brand-new Georgian calendar of 1582 who was not yet interacted to the colonnies. In our 2 styles (Routine & & Italic), fontfaces, kernings and areas are as closely as possible the very same as in the initial. This Pro typeface is covering Western, Eastern and Central European languages (includind Celtic) Baltic and Turkish, with basic and "s long" ligatures in each of the two styles. A, B, D, E, F, M, N, P, R, V, W swashed capitals in the italic style.

Font Family:
· 1584 Pragmatica Lima Regular
· 1584 Pragmatica Lima Italic

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