What is the Monumental Gothic font?
For Monumental Gothic, we delved into the archives and found some old rubbings and photos of monumental brasses from British tombs of the 12th and 13th centuries.
The sources included famous monuments like the tomb of Richard II and less well known inscriptions with similar style lettering.
The rubbings were made by Dave Nalle in the 1970s (when they still let you have access to the the brasses). Monumental Gothic includes some alternate characters, plus upper and lower case characters, numbers and a selection of very interesting decorative emblems to complement the text.
Monumental Gothic Font families
The Monumental Gothic includes the following font families:
Monumental Gothic Preview
Here is a preview of how Monumental Gothic will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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