Featured Font: Guilford

Guilford is one of several fonts we’ve released based on the hand lettering of classic American artist Eric Sloane. It fits in with the colonial theme of many of his book designs, with an antique, rustic look. It is one of several Sloane fonts included in our Colonial Fonts Collection, along with Bridgeport and QueenslandGuilford features a special custom demo with a unique set of small caps. The font itself includes a full lowercase character set. You can try the DEMO version of Guilford for free. Or you can ORDER the full version for only $24 online and download it right away.



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4 comments on “Featured Font: Guilford

  1. Hey Dave…your “Try Button” for Guilford downloads “Circuitdemo”. I’ve tried it twice.  Thought you might want to know.

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  3. Hello
    I have purchased fonts quite a few years ago and have used demos on my computer

    Now I have carefully selected the fonts to use on a book I was hoping to publish on Kindle tomorrow.
    My book is a reprint of a pamphlet that was written in 1712 by a Calvinist woman and edited by Reverend Samuel Treat and published by Timothy Green.
    It is a very important book in an area that has never been considered. Hers is the only book on religion by a mainstream woman in the first century of America

    So I have selected four fonts with my daughters approval. No small accomplishment

    I downloaded two fonts.
    Lachesis, which has huge spaces between each word

    Guilford, which appears on my font list, but not on the list of fonts on my pages

    Camille and Bucaneer are my other choices.

    I am frustrated – mainly about Lachesis

  4. Dave

    I think that your problem with Lachesis is that you had the demo installed and then installed the new version over it and your os instead deleted the new version and kept the demo. This is a common problem on Windows. You should always delete any older versions of fonts before installing new versions. Try that and you should be in good shape.

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