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Discounted Bundles : Texas Heroes Fonts Set
Three Islands Press  Texas Heroes Fonts Set™ $99* Order the Texas Heroes Fonts Set 
Copyright: ©1994–2018 by Three Islands Press
Designer: Brian Willson
Includes 5 typefaces: Austin Pen Family ($49), Emily Austin ($39), Houston Pen ($39), Lamar Pen ($39), Texas Hero ($39)

*A savings of $106

Texas Heroes Fonts Set

Texas Heroes Fonts SetOur Texas Heroes Fonts Set offers an affordable selection of five families containing six genuine old penmanship fonts, all modeled after the handwriting of notable residents of Texas back in the days of the Republic—each with its own distinctive style.
   • Texas Hero™—the original vintage handwriting simulation—replicates the utilitarian hand of Thomas Jefferson Rusk, an early Texas statesman and soldier;
   • Houston Pen™ is based on the stylish script of Sam Houston, first president of Texas;
   • Lamar Pen™ accurately reproduces the elegant hand of Houston’s nemesis, Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar;
   • Emily Austin™ closely approximates the hand of Emily Austin (Bryan) Perry, matriarch of a clan of early Texas settlers;
   • Austin Pen™, whose two styles are inspired by the handwritten pages of the famous Mexican prison diary of Stephen Fuller Austin, brother of Emily.
Each font has scores of OpenType features, including contextual and discretionary ligatures, lining and old-style numerals, ink blots, crossouts, and other period flourishes—as well as full Latin support. US$99.

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  Standard Desktop License 💻

$99

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$99

  Full License (Desktop + Web) 💻 🌐

$149

💻 Desktop License—a standard license for creating personal/commercial art, documents, and graphics.
🌐 Web License—permitting installation on a server for embedding fonts via CSS in website designs.


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