Agincourt™ font family


Designed by  David Quay in 1983

About Agincourt™ font family

English designer David Quay created the Agincourt font in 1983. Drawn after the Old English style of type, Agincourt features intricate capitals, which complement the more reserved, slightly condensed lowercase. Agincourt is perfect for use on certificates, greeting cards, or anything that should have an historical appearance.

Agincourt

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Agincourt

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From US$ 35
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