Shakespeare, William play digital font

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The Shakespeare Font: The Embodiment of Class and Art

Are you tired of the regular fonts that are out there? Have you been hunting for something with a little more personality and class? Well, your answer is yes to these questions then our Shakespeare font is just for you.

When you use our Shakespeare font to create your graphics or other digital material, you will be using a font that captures the cunning and artistry of the great William Shakespeare.

Shakespeare font While the other fonts online claiming to be made from Shakespeare’s handwriting are absolutely fake, our Shakespeare font is completely genuine. William Shakespeare’s handwriting has been observed from six surviving signatures. Interestingly, all of these existing signatures appear on legal documents. In addition to these documents, most scholars believe that the existing three pages of the handwritten manuscript of the classic play Sir Thomas More is also a sample of the handwriting of the decorated creative, William Shakespeare. This play was created 1601-1604. It is from this manuscript that our Shakespeare font has been digitalized.

Three pages of the manuscript, ff. 8r, 8v, and 9r [British Library, Shelfmark: Harley MS 7368] have been identified as Shakespeare’s, based on handwriting, spelling, vocabulary, and the images and ideas expressed.

The manuscript has been confirmed to be Shakespeare’s writing based on the handwriting, the spelling, and the vocabulary. The imagery in the text, as well as the ideas expressed, confirm that the manuscript actually came from the pen of Shakespeare.

Outside of the fact that our font is based on the genuine handwriting of William Shakespeare, they are also strikingly beautiful. They give a unique look and feel to the text or copy that you will produce. The letters are very unique. The numbers and capitals give you a flair that you will not get from any other font. The classic aesthetical appeal of the Shakespeare font will add a new level to your productions.

The Shakespeare Font Features Unique Letters

The letters in the Shakespeare font are a little different from what you would expect. Here are some of the unique characteristics of our letters.

The letter c has a vertical line through it

The letter h has modern e look

The letter d may have a curly top

The letter s sometimes can look like an f without the horizontal bar. You will notice that the s like version is typically used at the end of words in William Shakespeare’s play manuscript.

The letter w is written very lavishly with eye-catching curls and loops.

The capital letter ‘S’ has 2 different versions. One version is seen on the verified play manuscript and another in the verified documents displaying William Shakespeare’s signature William Shakespeare Signature In the development of this incredible font, we preferred the beauty of the form found in the manuscript version.

 

The Shakespeare Font Features Numbers and Capital Letters from the Middle Ages

The play manuscript that features Shakespeare’s handwriting does not contain any digits. Nevertheless, to maintain the class and spirit of his time, we digitalized numbers from bank books from the years 1600 to 1800. There are some letters that were also not found in the manuscript or in the verified signatures found on Shakespeare’s legal documents. These absent letters were supplied with approximation artwork and letters from manuscripts from the middle ages. The letters that were supplied are capital ‘j’, ‘k’, and ‘x’.

The Shakespeare Font is Fit for Every Occasion

The Shakespeare installable font is perfect for all your text and graphic needs. It is compatible with Microsoft Word, OSX Pages, Adobe Photoshop, and other programs. You can use this font to make all of what you need to make.

 Shakespeare digital font

Here are some awesome ways in which you can use the Shakespeare font:

  • Fliers and other material for middle ages themed parties and other such events
  • To add depth and beauty to poetry decoration
  • It can be used to give a certain luxurious and classy feel to wedding invitations
  • This font is great for eBook graphics, especially a book that focuses on historical matters or events

This font can be used in a myriad of ways and will impress those you target time and time again.

Bring personality, class, and depth to your artwork by using the Shakespeare font. It is compatible with pretty much all software and it will leave a lasting impression. Download this font today and get ahead of the competition, impress your friends, or bring a smile to someone you care about.

 

Technical info

Total chars: 128

No bold version. One regular font style with regular font-weight

X-height: 958

Cap height: 1434

 


Licenses options

Standard End User License: A Standard User License is issued with individual font purchases. Standard end-user licenses are best suited for individuals and small organizations or in instances when only a limited number of individuals will need access to the desired typeface.

Paper Publication License: up to 10 000 of the commercial distribution of paper copies.

Electronic Publication (ePub) License: an electronic publication license can be used in electronic documents including e-books, e-magazines, and e-newspapers. A license covers only a single title but is valid for the full operating life of that title. Every issue of an e-magazine, e-newspaper, or other forms of e-periodical is considered a separate, new publication. Format variations do not count as separate publications. If a publication is updated and distributed to existing users, a new license is not required. 

Let's enjoy Shakespeare's expressions and British culture in the modern digital world.

Special thanks to Andrew Dickson and British Library curators

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