Scotch Roman™ font family

Designed by A. D. Farmer Foundry in 1904
Frederic W. Goudy in 1904

About Scotch Roman™ font family

Scottish typefounders exerted a strong influence on the development of transitional" typefaces, the bridge from "oldstyle" (Jenson, Garamond) to "modern" (Bodoni, Didot) designs.
Scotch Roman designs were first cut by Englishman Richard Austin and cast by the Scottish typefounder Alexander Wilson and Son in Glasgow.
Scotch Roman font has wide proportions, short descenders, bracketed serifs, and large, strong capitals. Its subtle charm makes it suitable for any text setting, particularly books and magazines."
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Font Designer: A. D. Farmer Foundry

Scotch Roman

Scotch Roman

2 Typefaces

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

US$ 35
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