What is the Sattler AS™ font?
Joseph Kaspar Sattler, one of the great German art nouveau artists created these nice initials in 1897 for the famous royal monumental book project Die Nibelunge for the Reichsdruckerei Berlin. Only 200 exclusive signed masterpieces were printed in four years from 1900 till 1904. Joseph Sattler was the art director, typographer and designer in one person. The Reichsdruckerei showed samples of the unfinished work in 1900 at the world exhibition in Paris to advertise the high craftsmanship of the German presses.
Style Initials A uses the OpenType features Superscript and Scientific Inferiors to change the fill layer. You can combine up to three different color inks.
Sattler AS™ Font families
The Sattler AS™ includes the following font families:
- Sattler AS Initials A
- Sattler AS Initials B
Sattler AS™ Preview
Here is a preview of how Sattler AS™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
Is Sattler AS™ Free to Download?
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