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Discounted Bundles : Old Map Fonts Collection
Three Islands Press  Old Map Fonts Collection™ $149* Order the Old Map Fonts Collection 
Copyright: ©2009–2017 by Three Islands Press
Designer: Brian Willson
Includes 7 typefaces: Antiquarian ($39), Antiquarian Scribe ($39), Bonnycastle ($39), Geographica Family ($99), Geographica Hand ($39), Geographica Script ($39), Terra Ignota ($39)

*A savings of $184

Old Map Fonts Collection

Old Map Fonts CollectionInspired by actual cartography from the 1600s, 1700s, and 1800s, the members of our set of seven antique map faces (ten fonts total) are modeled after varied historical sources:
   • Engraved mid-1700s maps by Emanuel Bowen (1694–1767), Geographer to King George II, as well as British trade cards of the period by artist and printmaker William Hogarth (1697–1764) and others (inspiration for Geographica Script);
   • The maps of Thomas Jefferys (1710–1771), Geographer to King George III and arguably the best-known English cartographic printer of the 18th century (our Geographica family, plus Geographica Hand);
   • Henri Abraham Chatelain’s well-known Atlas Historique, ou Nouvelle Introduction a l’Histoire, a world atlas released between 1705 and 1732 in Amsterdam (Antiquarian and Antiquarian Scribe);
   • The hand-drawn titles in the charts of Sir Richard Henry Bonnycastle (1791–1847), an English military engineer who settled in Canada in the early 1800s (Bonnycastle);
   • The hand-lettering in Amerique Septentrionale, an oft-reproduced map made in 1650 by Nicolas Sanson (1600–1677), a noted early French cartographer (Terra Ignota).
Each has a full complement of OpenType features—among them small caps, numerous ligatures, and full Latin support. (Antiquarian and Antiquarian Scribe also support Greek.) US$149.

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—C.C., Palo Alto CA

“The Lamar Pen font is divine. We are using it on a novel set in the eighteenth century, and the author is ecstatic.”
—J.H., London, England

“I have never encountered such fine and detailed work in a handwritten font before. I heartily applaud your attention to detail and historical accuracy.”
—J.W., Seattle WA

“I happened across your website completely by accident, and I was astounded by the fonts I found there. They are amazing.”
—M.S., Ontario, Canada

Bonsai is very beautiful; the font's antiquity seems to conjure a sweet staleness of old newsprint, somehow.”
—A.T., Ontario, Canada

“I took one look at American Scribe and knew it was the Declaration of Independence before reading the ad copy. You captured it perfectly.”
—B.P., Marietta OH

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