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Diorite™

The Diorite family is a rare, bold, rugged serif family—as is the mineral of the same name. (4 fonts, $84.) | View Details »


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Eleonora™

Eleonora has been called “not intrusive or rigid,” and “elegantly monumental.” (4 fonts, $84.) | View Details »


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Geographica™

Inspired by the neat hand-done engravings of Thomas Jefferys (ca. 1710–1771), Geographer to King George III. (4 fonts, $99.) | View Details »


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New Millennium™

New Millennium is a remarkable work: a clear and accessible book face with five styles. (5 fonts, $99.) | View Details »


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New Millennium Linear™

New Millennium Linear is a near “monotone” relative of New Millennium Sans. (4 fonts, $84.) | View Details »


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New Millennium Sans™

New Millennium Sans is a humanist sans in the Optima vein. (4 fonts, $84.) | View Details »


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Pressroom™

Pressroom is both legible and beautiful, but with “the sophstication of a crocodile.” (5 fonts, $99.) | View Details »


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Sarabande™

Sarabande is an accurate reproduction of Jean Jannon’s Caractères de l’université of 1621. (2 fonts, $49.) | View Details »


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TWT Pavane™

TWT Pavane carries the tried-and-true flavor of Garamond-style type, but with modern enhancements. (2 fonts, $49.) | View Details »


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TWT Prospero™

Looking for something like a Bodoni, but easier to read? TWT Prospero is the typeface for you. (7 fonts, $129.) | View Details »


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Baskerville Caps™

Looking for classic drop caps? Look no further than Baskerville Caps. (1 font, $15.) | View Details »


Timberwolf Type
Rococo Titling™

Rococo Titling is a set of titling caps based on work done by Rosart and Fournier during 18th century. (1 font, $15.) | View Details »


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“Your period-style handwriting fonts remain the very best I've ever found. Thanks for your most excellent contributions to American typography!”
—A.L., Los Angeles CA

“These are fantastic fonts, and I appreciate that your company offers a trial download (minus the "e") so I could sell these fonts to my client.”
—L.A., Woodinville WA

“I've never seen anyone digitize old quill-pen handwriting [like Schooner Script], warts and all. You've done a fine job.”
—R.W., Costa Mesa CA

“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

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

“Well done on preserving the old ways of writing—they wrote and spoke so much nicer than we do now.”
—A.K., Adelaide, S. Australia

“Keep up the fonts! They are some of the best I have seen in 10-plus years of design.”
—M.O., Little Rock AR