Epigramatic: A Roycroft Design Font



Epigramatic is a new font based on lettering by Dard Hunter for the Roycroft Press in the early 1900s.  It gets its name from the various epigrams from Elbert Hubbard which it was used for in their books. He was the king of useful epigrams.

Epigramatic has a full character set plus numbers and punctuation and has  a number of special decorative printers emblems included with the letters, accesses with the various alternative parenthesis keys.

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