Archive Type Fonts foundry brings vintage fonts found in old font specimens back to life.

40 Archive Display Fonts Collection

 

Buy the entire 40 collection for only $399

Archive Type specializes in old typefaces found in old prints, books and samples.

 

Enormous amount of detail and texture is retained in all Archive display fonts.

 

Archive display typefaces are reproduced as they appeared in print. In order to preserve the original feel of typefaces, no additional characters were added to originals therefore most of fonts consist just of basic character set. Upper case letters, lower case letters, numerals and basic punctuation.

 

Some of display fonts are without numerals or lower case characters as they were originally never created.

Fonts in the collection:

Archive American Shadow OTF

Archive Antiqua Extra Cond OTF

Archive Antique Extended OTF

Archive Atlantique OTF

Archive Autograph Script OTF

Archive Black Title OTF

Archive Black Title Text OTF

Archive Blackcap OTF

Archive Chased Black OTF

Archive Cider OTF

Archive Copperplate Head OTF

Archive Copperplate Text OTF

Archive Egipt Comp OTF

Archive French Script OTF

Archive French Shaded OTF

Archive Garfield OTF

Archive German Text OTF

Archive Gothic Ornate OTF

Archive Grotesque Shaded OTF

Archive Harlem Title OTF

Archive Ironlace OTF

Archive Kludsky OTF

Archive Lightface Extended OTF

Archive Magno Script OTF

Archive Mann OTF

Archive Modern II Open OTF

Archive Modern II OTF

Archive Old Style Cond OTF

Archive Penman Script OTF

Archive Petite Script OTF

Archive Ribbon OTF

Archive Roundface Script OTF

Archive Roundhand Script OTF

Archive Salisbury Script OTF

Archive School Text OTF

Archive Steeler OTF

Archive Tale OTF

Archive Tilt OTF

Archive Tinted OTF

Archive Western Iron OTF

 

Buy the entire 40+1 collection for only $399

 

 

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Archive type 40 Display fonts collection consists of 40 display fonts:

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