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Discounted Bundles : OldFonts Historical Library
Three Islands Press  OldFonts Historical Library™ $399* Order the OldFonts Historical Library 
Copyright: ©1994–2018 by Three Islands Press
Designer: Brian Willson
Includes 24 typefaces: Abigail Adams ($39), American Scribe ($39), Antiquarian ($39), Antiquarian Scribe ($39), Attic Antique Family ($49), Austin Pen Family ($49), Bonnycastle ($39), Bonsai Family ($49), Botanical Scribe ($39), Broadsheet Family ($49), Castine Family ($49), Douglass Pen ($39), Emily Austin ($39), Geographica Family ($99), Geographica Hand ($39), Geographica Script ($39), Houston Pen ($39), Lamar Pen ($39), Military Scribe ($39), Old Man Eloquent Family ($49), Remsen Script ($39), Schooner Script ($39), Terra Ignota ($39), Texas Hero ($39)

*A savings of $657

OldFonts Historical Library

OldFonts Historical LibraryOur OldFonts Historical Library comprises two dozen typefaces modeled after genuine source materials from the 17th through 19th centuries. Includes our Old Map Fonts, Antique Texts, and Historical Pens collections—a total of twenty-four period typefaces (thirty-three fonts total) that’ll add a touch of bygone days to your digital designs. Popular with historical societies, film and TV property departments, genealogists, and historical reenactors, these fonts all come with extensive character sets and plenty of OpenType features, including standard and discretionary ligatures, contextual forms, alternate glyphs, full Latin support—even a surprise or two. US$399.

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$399

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🌐 Web License—permitting installation on a server for embedding fonts via CSS in website designs.


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