Cressida NF

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What is the Cressida NF font?

Here’s a flashback to the sixties, which originally went by the rather unimaginative name of Triline.
It’s available in two versions: regular and swash caps. In the swash version, the uppercase Q is a “Qu” ligature; a plain Q is located in the ASCII circumflex position (SHIFT+6 on PC or Mac).
Named for the heroine of a medieval romance. More…
The Postscript and Truetype versions contain a complete Latin language character set (Unicode 1252); in addition, the Opentype version supports Unicode 1250 (Central European) languages as well.

Cressida NF Font families

The Cressida NF includes the following font families:

  • Cressida NF
  • Cressida NF Swash Caps

Cressida NF Preview

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