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1786 GLC Fournier Set OTF

This family (six files) was created inspired from numerous documents and books printed in Paris during the end of the 1700s. Mainly, documents printed by P.G. Simon & N.H. Nyon, "Printers of the parliament" were used for the Normal and italic styles and "Caps". "Titling" characters were coming from a collection of hymns printed by Nicolas Chapart. In France these Fournier's characters, as Baskerville's in Great Britain, were the most often in use in the late 1700's, just before - and announcing - the Didot's. This font supports strong enlargements, specially the capitals of "Caps" file and "Titling", remaining very smart, elegant and fine.

  • 1786 GLC Fournier otf (400)
  • 1786 GLC Fournier otf (400)
  • 1786 GLC Fournier Caps otf (400)
  • 1786 GLC Fournier Narrow otf (400)
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