This month, our popular “Fonts by Inspiration” series takes a look at Old English fonts and typefaces in the Fraktur style. This genre of fonts came about with the start of book printing in the 19th century. However, there are plenty of modern versions that only appear to reflect the Gothic style, but are nonetheless just as popular. We have put together some Medieval/Gothic, Celtic and modern fonts for you.
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