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Dubrove Font

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DubroveDesigner: Dima Pole
Publisher: Dima Pole
Dubrove was developed by Dima Pole and published by Dima Pole. Dubrove includes 1 style. p > Dubrove is a wedge serif typeface motivated by Moravian (Czech) type styles of the 1930-50s. The character font style is meaningful: free, bold and stylish, tasty and attractive.

Here are more than 1100 glyphs, all 102 European languages, all Ancient Slavic Alphabet (49 characters), Latin and Slavic little capitals and OpenType functions with many solutions.

Dubrove has numerous stylistic sets, historical types, localized kinds of numerous languages, interest contextual ligatures and lots of other delicacies.

In the Dubrove typeface a number of stylistic sets of Slavonic lowercase letters are made. In addition to font standard design (in truth it is close to the natural lowercase character) is a traditional [ss02] set (postpreliminary, the Soviet Union, when most copy lowercase letters are uppercase) and lowercase the natural character [ss03], the design of which, in specific, is frequently utilized in the Bulgarian script.

Font Family: Dubrove

Tags: angular, antiqued, contemporary, contrast, czech, distinct, manuskript antiqua, oldrich menhart, rough, serif, sharp, wedge serif

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