1790 Royal Printing font family


Designed by  Gilles Le Corre

About 1790 Royal Printing font family

Inspired from various variants of the Romain du Roy"used exclusively by the French Royal Printers from 1702 to1811. Carved by Philippe Granjean by order of the king Louis XIV."

1790 Royal Printing

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1790 Royal Printing

4 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

1790 Royal Printing Normal

-  2 variants
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From US$ 38
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1790 Royal Printing Caps Normal

-  2 variants
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From US$ 15
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1790 Royal Printing Caps Normal Italic

-  2 variants
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From US$ 15
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1790 Royal Printing Italic

-  2 variants
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From US$ 38
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