Font >> Serif - 1756 Dutch family PRO OTF 153669 by GLC Foundry @ CreativeMarket
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This family is inspired from the set of two styles, Roman Normal and Italic, and the ornaments used by an unknown printer working around East Switzerland, circa 1750's. It is a Dutch style font, slightly bolder than usual Fournier's or Caslon's Roman fonts, with some emphasized serifs and finals parts and special letters as capital "U" for example. A set of initials, fleurons, ornaments and frame elements is joined to the family as a supplement.
The two styles, Normal and Italic, are containing standard ligatures, a few alternative characters and titlings (who are more preferable than enlarged capitals). They are "small eye" or "Small x-eight" fonts. The standard characters set is completed with accented or specific characters for Western (Including Celtic)and Central Europe, Baltic, Eastern Europe and Turkish.
Keywords: transitional, serif, garalde, garamond, distressed, small eye, display, titling, antiqued.