vLetter Historic font family


Designed by  Dave Fenwick in 2011

About vLetter Historic font family

vLetter Declaration is a font made from the handwriting in the final copy of the Declaration of Independence. This font is a formal calligraphic style that includes the old-fashioned long s" character, as well as John Hancock's signature. The handwriting is actually that of professional penman Timothy Matlack, who was commissioned to handwrite ("engross") the final copy of the Declaration of Independence."

vLetter Historic

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vLetter Historic

1 Family



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33 languages.

vLetter Historic Declaration

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