Madame™ font family

Designed by Gillé in 1820
The font Madame first appeared in a sample with similar fonts, presented by the Founderie Typographique Francaise in the 19th century. The font consists of three cuts, letters, accents and numericals. The flamboyant Madame is meant for titles and headlines, emphasis in text or as initials. It combines well with both serif and sans serif fonts, but should be used sparsely to maximize the advantages of its ornate forms.



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Technical font names:
File name: MadamAcc, MadamAcc.afm, Madame Accents, Madame_ED.pdf
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PostScript name: Madame-Accents
PostScript full name: Madame Accents
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