Glass Light Font

Glass Light Font "Glass Light" was designed in 1912 by "Franz Paul Glass" for the "Genzsch Heyse" foundry. The font is stylewise related to the "Lo types" of the same per...
 

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"Glass Light" was designed in 1912 by "Franz Paul Glass" for the "Genzsch & Heyse" foundry. The font is stylewise related to the "Lo types" of the same period. Glass designed a lot of decorative elements to go along with the font. I added Swashes, endletters and smallcaps to the set to make it complete.

Since this type of font will probably not be used by many professionals, I did not put all the letters into one big OTF-version since most people don't have OTF-savy software. These fonts can and should be mixed for optimal results.
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Youworkforthem T6657 "Glass Light" was designed in 1912 by "Franz Paul Glass" for the "Genzsch & Heyse" foundry. The font is stylewise related to the "Lo types" of the same period. Glass designed a lot of decorative elements to go along with the font. I added Swashes, endletters and smallcaps to the set to make it complete.

Since this type of font will probably not be used by many professionals, I did not put all the letters into one big OTF-version since most people don't have OTF-savy software. These fonts can and should be mixed for optimal results.

Glass Light

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Youworkforthem T6657 "Glass Light" was designed in 1912 by "Franz Paul Glass" for the "Genzsch & Heyse" foundry. The font is stylewise related to the "Lo types" of the same period. Glass designed a lot of decorative elements to go along with the font. I added Swashes, endletters and smallcaps to the set to make it complete.

Since this type of font will probably not be used by many professionals, I did not put all the letters into one big OTF-version since most people don't have OTF-savy software. These fonts can and should be mixed for optimal results.

Glass Light Smallcaps

Youworkforthem T6657 "Glass Light" was designed in 1912 by "Franz Paul Glass" for the "Genzsch & Heyse" foundry. The font is stylewise related to the "Lo types" of the same period. Glass designed a lot of decorative elements to go along with the font. I added Swashes, endletters and smallcaps to the set to make it complete.

Since this type of font will probably not be used by many professionals, I did not put all the letters into one big OTF-version since most people don't have OTF-savy software. These fonts can and should be mixed for optimal results.

Glass Light Swashes