This family was created — inspired from the engraved typeface (Two styles : Normal & Italic) used in the pack of 52 playing cards who was describing the 52 counties forming a small Atlas of England and Wales and depicting English roads for the first time, published by Sir Robert Morden in 1676. Our OTF and TTF versions are covering Western, Eastern and Central European languages (including Celtic), Baltic and Turkish, containing historical and standard ligatures plus specific Old English abbreviations. The MacTT Classic version is containing the basic standard 256 glyphs including some extra ligatures.
1676 Morden Map Font families
The 1676 Morden Map includes the following font families:
1676 Morden Map
1676 Morden Map Italic
1676 Morden Map Classic
1676 Morden Map Classic Italic
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