Virtuosa® Classic font family

Designed by Hermann Zapf in 1948
Akira Kobayashi

About Virtuosa® Classic font family

Virtuosa Classicis the 21st century OpenType re-release of a classic Hermann Zapf design, his very first script typeface, Virtuosa. Based on the same sketches that would inspire Zapfino 50 years later, Hermann Zapf developed Virtuosa in 1948-49. It was originally released in metal in 1952. Virtuosa nova is an English copperplate script with character. The font includes two form variants for each capital letter, and there are a number of lowercase alternates and ligatures, too.
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Virtuosa Classic

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Virtuosa Classic

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