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medieval, vespasian

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The curved E is prevalent in many medieval fonts, but in those fonts, the letter A is far more scripted than in this sample.

Examples that are close, but no cigar:
http://www.fontspace.com/wojciech-kalinowski/klaudia

http://www.fontspace.com/robert-pfeffer/pfeffer-medi%C3%A6val-g
asked by shelleygeek May 24

2 Answers

+1 vote

Everything but the |E|s appears to be Michelangelo.

Purchase link here.

I've had no luck matching the E—hopefully someone else will recognize it.

answered by kthomps5 Expert (1,862 points) May 24
0 votes

As Kevin says, this is likely Michelangelo, also available in a newer version called Palatino nova Titing. The E could simply be a modified C.

answered by Stewf Champ (3,022 points) May 27
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