What is the 1585 Flowery font?
This set of initial letters was inspired from French renaissance decorated letters. Unfortunately, we don’t know where they were in use, or who was the punchcutter, our models were coming from a late XIXth century copy.
Note: The letters I and J, U and V are not different. It is not a mistake, but it is the exact reflection of what was customary during the period.
1585 Flowery Font families
The 1585 Flowery font includes the following font families:
1585 Flowery Preview
Here is a preview of how 1585 Flowery will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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