Divina font family

Divina is a Latinized digitization of one of German calligraphy master Rudolph Koch's typefaces.The original typeface,Kurrent,was designed in 1927 and cut in 1935.Its shapes are a variant of the German script to be used as a model for writing in schools at the time.This is the first time Koch’s rendition of this particular blackletter calligraphy was ever digitized.

Divina Regular

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Technical details
Technical font names:
File name: DIVINA__.TTF
Windows menu name: Divina
PostScript name: , Divina
PostScript full name: , Divina
Catalog number:
151386442
Characters:
232
US$ 35
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