Classic Font: Linthicum

Since I first designed it for a book cover project back in In 2003, Linthicum has been one of my favorite original font designs. Its combination of clear character forms with unusual stylized elements is visually striking and it has an antique look which I find enormously appealing.

This is a new, somewhat revised version of Linthicum, which includes not only the full upper case and small caps character sets, but also an additional set of lowercase characters to make the font more versatile. The new lowercase character set has some clever quirks to make it fit really well with the stylish uppercase set.

You can try the demo version of Linthicum for free, or order the full set with both the original small caps and the lowercase online for immediate download.


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