Elizabeth art nouveau medevial typeface

Elizabeth art nouveau interpretation of a middle-age manuscript fontElizabeth is a translation of the letters in a hand-lettered title page in a book printed at the turn of the twentieth century about the buildings at Cambridge University. Obviously, a single title page does not include all the letters in the alphabet, so Beatty had to design all those without specimens.

Elizabeth is a small-caps font with the small caps floating up to the tops of the caps rather than resting on the baseline.

Elizabeth Open is an all-caps font with the letters accessed as caps having added decorative diamond forms to separate them from the letters accessed as lowercase which are without the decorations.

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