Ruling Script™ font family

Designed by Gottfried Pott in 1992

About Ruling Script™ font family

Prof. G. Pott's Ruling Script font first appeared in 1992 from Linotype. The font is a part of the package Calligraphy for Print 1", which also contains Sho and Wiesbaden Swing. "Calligraphy for Print 2" completes the set. These packages offer modern calligraphy fonts particularly well-suited to use in posters, magazines and advertisements. Ruling Script font looks like the zestful handwriting of a calligrapher but its legibility even in longer sentences set it apart from others of its type."

Ruling Script

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Ruling Script

1 Family

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Ruling Script™ Two -  1 variant
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