1820 Modern

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What is the 1820 Modern font?

This family was inspired mainly (Normal and Italic style ) by a Didot pattern font used in Rennes (France, Britanny) by Cousin-Danelle, printers, for Antiquités historiques et monumentales ‡ visiter de Montfort ‡ Corseul, par Dinan… Saint Malo… etc. an historic guidebook for a journey through a part of (French) Brittany in 1820, and many other books.
The present version contains 1820 Modern Normal and Italic, 1820 Modern Large Normal and 1820 Modern Narrow Normal, each style with small caps.
This font may be used together with 1906 French News and/or 1906 Titrage.

1820 Modern Font families

The 1820 Modern includes the following font families:

  • 1820 Modern
  • 1820 Modern Italic
  • 1820 Modern Large
  • 1820 Modern Narrow

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