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1756 Dutch Font

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1756 DutchPublisher: GLC
1756 Dutch was published by GLC. 1756 Dutch consists of 3 styles and family package alternatives. p > This family is influenced from the set of two styles, Roman typical and Italic, and the accessories used by an unidentified printer working around East Switzerland, circa 1750's. It is a Dutch style font, slightly bolder than typical Fournier's or Caslon's Roman fonts, with some emphasized serifs and finals parts and unique letters as capital 'U' for example. A set of initials, fleurons, accessories and frame elements is joined to the family as a supplement.

The two designs, Regular and Italic, are consisting of basic ligatures, a couple of alternative characters and titlings (who are more preferable than bigger capitals). They are 'little eye' or 'Little x-eight' typefaces. The basic characters set is finished with accented or particular characters for Western (Including Celtic) and Central Europe, Baltic, Eastern Europe and Turkish.

Font Family:
· 1756 Dutch Normal
· 1756 Dutch Italic
· 1756 Dutch Supplement

Tags: antiqued, baltic, bold, central europe, decorative, distressed, eastern europe, fleuron, frame, garalde, legible, nederland, ornamental, ornaments, poster, serif, transitional, turkish

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