Tilbury: New Font



Tilbury is based on advertising lettering from the 1930s. It has a unique and stylish look reminiscent of a swashed italic brush script.

Tilbury includes a full character set with upper and lower case, numbers and punctuation.  It has fully customized kerning and spacing as well.

You can try the DEMO version of Tilbury for free. The demo version has a limited version of the character set. Or you can ORDER the full version for only $24.

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4 comments on “Tilbury: New Font

  1. Questions: Not a professional – a scrapbooker. So I would like to sign up for a 1 or 2 yr membership. My ?’s – Will the fonts download on both of my computers? one desk, one lap top.

    If I don’t need or want the scrip for the month can I choose one of equal value to replace it? Or would it be better for me to just by them for a % off?

    LOVE Tillbury. Jeanne

  2. dave nalle

    Members get the font of the month, delivered through a private page by email. It’s a substantial discount, but there’s no flexibility. If you don’t like the font of the month you’re sort of stuck, but you get new fonts very inexpensively. If you want specific fonts you’re probably better off with the current discount offer, but it will run out soon.


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