New Font: Gelderland

Gelderland is a new font based on some very old typography, taken from samples of brass type from the early 19th century. It is characterized by its very detailed decorative capital letters, with multiple overlapping flourishes which create an effect almost like a framed decorative initial. The basic style of the upper and lowercase characters is calligraphic in the German gothic tradition, but the decorations on the capitals really set Gelderland apart from other fonts. Unlike many other decorative fonts its origins in brass rather than wooden type makes the lines of the flourishes much finer and clearly defined.

You can try the DEMO version of Gelderland for free with a limited character set. Or you can ORDER the full version for only $24 online and download it right away.

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