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1610 Cancellaresca Font

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1610 CancellarescaPublisher: GLC
1610 Cancellaresca was published by GLC. 1610 Cancellaresca contains 1 style.  

This font was inspired by the "Cancellaresca moderna " type, which was calligraphed by Francesco Periccioli (published in 1610 in Siena, Italy). It was entirely handwritten by the designer for each circumstance, using quill pen and medieval ink on a rough paper, with added characters as accented ones and a lot of ligatures with respect for the original design.

This font includes "long s" and also a lot of ligatures as "ff", "ffi" "fij" "pp"...

It can be used for web-site titles, posters and flier designs, editing ancient texts or greeting cards, or as a very decorative and elegant font.

This font retains its qualities and beauty over a wide range of sizes.

Font Family: 1610 Cancellaresca Normal

Tags: 1600s, 1700s, antiqued, calligraphic, calligraphic_sinead, calligraphy, chancery, cursive, decorative, elegant, engraving, handwriting, humanist, manual, ornamental, renaissance, script, venetian

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