Alexander Quill™

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What is the Alexander Quill™ font?

Alexander Quill was originally designed in the early 1980s to be cut in 14 point for casting into foundry type for the setting and printing of limited edition books at Pie Tree Press, Jim Rimmer’s private sanctum.
This alphabet exhibits traditional calligraphic tension, which helps its simple, somewhat octagonal forms play well together for an easy read. Its setting expresses a dramatic sense of history or fantasy. More…
Alexander Quill was updated and remastered for the latest technologies in 2012. It comes with plenty of built-in alternates, a glyphset of over 410 characters, and supports the majority of Latin-based languges.
20% of this font’s revenues will be donated to the GDC Scholarship Fund, supporting higher typography education in Canada.

Alexander Quill™ Font families

The Alexander Quill™ includes the following font families:

  • Alexander Quill

Alexander Quill™ Preview

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Is Alexander Quill™ Free to Download?

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