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Three Islands Press Modern Hands
Oak Street™

While using Oak Street for that casual design project, don’t be surprised if you get a whiff of good food cookin’. (1 font, $29.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Abigail Adams™

Inspired by the hand of the eponymous eighteenth-century American patriot in her letters to her husband, John. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
American Scribe™

The first of its kind, American Scribe replicates the penmanship of the man who engrossed the Declaration of Independence. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Botanical Scribe™

A recreation of the formal inscriptions on old floral engravings of Pierre-Joseph Redouté, the “The Raphael of Flowers.” (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Modern Hands
Cedar Street™

Grab a ballpoint and a porous notepad, print, scan, place—or just install Cedar Street and use your keyboard. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Douglass Pen™

Douglass Pen duplicates the handsome historical penmanship of Frederick Douglass—with an extensive character set. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Emily Austin™

Our first historical penmanship font based on the hand of a woman—a clear and delicate, yet forceful, hand. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands PressHistorical Pens, Old Map Fonts
Geographica Script™

A true-to-life reproduction of the elegant roundhand script used on maps and trade cards of the middle 1700s. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Houston Pen™

There’s perhaps one most-memorable Texas hero, and his correspondence closely resembled type set in Houston Pen. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Lamar Pen™

A clone of the cursive hand of Mirabeau B. Lamar, a celebrated Texan of the early days of the Republic. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Military Scribe™

Inspired by the meticulous penmanship in the mid- to late-1770s muster rolls of His Majesty’s Tenth Regiment of Foot. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Modern Hands
Professor™

Get your hands on Professor, and you’ll have at your disposal a handsome, legible, matter-of-fact cursive script face. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Remsen Script™

An interpretation of the fine engrossing script on a single document writ by a Colonial American penman. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Schooner Script™

There’s a dramatic maritime tale behind Schooner Script, based on a single letter written on 18 September 1825. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Texas Hero™

Gen’l T. J. Rusk couldn’t have known his dispatches to the Texas Army would someday inspire Texas Hero. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Modern Hands
Viktorie™

Not too clean and not too shabby, Viktorie is based on the distinctive scrawl of a woman who really writes like that. (1 font, $39.)


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Austin Pen™

Inspired by Stephen F. Austin’s handwriting in his famous, secret Mexican prison diary of 1834. (2 fonts, $49.) | View Details »


Three Islands Press Historical Pens
Old Man Eloquent™

A recreation of the handwriting of John Quincy Adams in the diary he kept for nearly 70 years. (2 fonts, $49.) | View Details »


Three Islands Press Modern Hands
Marydale™

If you want to give your words a truly chatty feel, you might want to give Marydale a try. Three weights. (3 fonts, $79.) | View Details »


Three Islands Press Modern Hands
Pumpkinseed™

Ever wish you had really neat hand-lettering? And could write in eight styles? Maybe Pumpkinseed can help. (8 fonts, $89.) | View Details »


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“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

“The fonts you offer are quite unique and beautifully done.... Your site and ecommerce process was also a pleasure to view and to use.”
—R.M., Newbury NH

“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

“I'm a collector of 19th century antiques and photographs, and like to make labels and scrapbooks using fonts that fit the period of my items. I've even tried to learn the penmanship myself using dip pens... your fonts will make it so much easier!”
—P.M., Palatine IL

“[American Scribe] may be the greatest font ever! Everyone on the planet should have it!”
—M.P., Boulder CO

“Not only is Texas Hero a uniquely beautiful font, there’s also the matter of Texas pride.”
—S.P.G., San Antonio TX

“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