What is the DXAngelus Mediaval font?
The font DXAngelusMediaval was developed on the basis of the Angelus Mediaval font, which was issued by Russian type foundry from the beginning of the 20th century (type foundry of G. Bertgold, St. Petersburg and Moscow, before 1904). Probably, the font is a reworking of the DeVinne font (1892 (?), Designer Nicholas J. Werner) of the American Central Type Foundry.
For the reconstruction, we used examples of font prints: Cyrillic from the catalog “Art Fonts”, 1929, Latin part – Chicago font, from the catalog “La Fonderie Typographique Francaise” (FTF) 1924.
In addition, in the font are available Digits of the old style and ligature.
DXAngelus Mediaval Font families
The DXAngelus Mediaval includes the following font families:
- DXAngelus Mediaval
DXAngelus Mediaval Preview
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