Saxon Initials: New Font


Well here’s a cool new font. But though the font is new it is based on something very old. Saxon Initials is based on early medieval manuscript lettering recreated by F. G. Delamotte in the mid-19th century. It’s just the basic character set, but it was very challenging to digitize because of the many fine lines and shading.

You can try the DEMO version of Saxon Initials for free. It has a limited character set and prints the word demo way to often. You will be way happier if you ORDER the full version for only $24..


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