1890 Registers Script

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What is the 1890 Registers Script font?

This script font was inspired by the “Ronde” French script. It was in use from 1700s to 1900s (until 1960s in special circumstances) for registers, legal documents and texts, certificates, labels and other documents that must be particularly legible.
Today in France, it is still being used for menus, advertising, and labels. The present version is a late 19th Century pattern.
This font supports very strong enlargements as well as small sizes. When printed, it remains perfectly legible and elegant from 9/11 pts even if using an ordinary inkjet printer.

1890 Registers Script Font families

The 1890 Registers Script includes the following font families:

  • 1890 Registers' Script Normal

1890 Registers Script Preview

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