Victorian™ font family


Designed by Colin Brignall in 1976
Freda Sack in 1976

About Victorian™ font family

Freda Sack and Colin Brignall collaborated to produce the Victorian typeface. Their work was inspired by late 19th century display letterforms, and they sought to create a new ornate font in the same style. Victorian superbly reflects the refinement of the late 19th Century.

Victorian Inline Shaded was designed by Nick Belshaw. He was inspired by late 19th century display letterforms, and sought to create a new ornate font in the same style. Victorian Inline Shaded superbly reflects the refinement of the late 19th Century.
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Font Designer: Colin Brignall

Victorian

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Victorian

2 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Victorian™ Regular -  2 variants
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Victorian™ Inline Shaded -  2 variants
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