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1726 Real Espanola Font

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1726 Real EspanolaPublisher: GLC Foundry
1726 Genuine Espanola is a historic font household. This typeface has two styles and was released by GLC Foundry.

This family was developed influenced from the set of fontfaces utilized
by Francisco Del Hierro, to print in 1726 the very first Spanish language Dictionnary from the Spanish Royal Academy (Real Academia Española, Dictionario de Autoridades): These two Transitional styles are stated to have actually been the very first set of main typeface in Spain, like the French "Reale" (take an appearance to our "1790 Royale Printing". In our two styles (Regular & & Italic), fontfaces, kernings and areas are as carefully as possible the like in the initial. This Pro typeface is covering Western, Eastern and Central European, Baltic and Turkish languages, with standard and "s long" ligatures, usual portions and twin letters in each of the two designs and a couple of Italic swashes isnpired from the font utilized in 1746 by the exact same printer for an other edition from the Royal Academy.

Font Family:
· 1726 Real Espanola Italic
· 1726 Real Espanola Regular

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