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1534 Fraktur OTF

This font was created inspired from the early Fraktur style font used circa 1530 by Jacob Otther, printer in Strasbourg (Alsace-France) for German langage printed books. Although it is an early Fraktur pattern, it is easy to see the characteristic differences with the Schwabacher style, like in the small d,o or y... and the capitals (look at the H, K, T...) Frequently, Schwabacher and Fraktur were used together in the same book : Fraktur style for the main and Schwabacher for marginalia and comments. This font contains standard ligatures and German historical ligatures ( german double s, long s, ts...) and diacritics (special ummlaut "e superscript" and "∞" unstead of dieresis with letters a, o and u,) naturelly, we have added numerous letters lacking in the original to permit a contemporary use of the font

  • 1534 Fraktur otf (400)

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