About Bluelmin Ralph Font
Bluelmin Ralph is licensed as Freeware, commercial use requires donation, which means it is free for personal use only. If you want to use it commercially, you will have to purchase a license or contact Intellecta Design
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Note from Designer
INTELLECTA DESIGN makes research and development of fonts with historical and artistical relevant forms. This font is a FREE software for personal and non-commercial use only. But donations for my
HISTORICAL STUDIES about the history of the letters, calligraphy and typography are accepted. This font is for unlimited distribution, since attached in a file zip together with this text. For commercial use
you need register this software by sending U$ 15,00 to the following paypal account - email@example.com - After that, you need sent me a e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), so I will send to you a legal
permission to use the font.
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sincerely, Paulo W
ABOUT THIS FONT - BLUELMIN RALPH
Charles Bluemlein was a penmanship and calligrapher, best known for producing a series of script alphabets for the Higgins Ink Company of Brooklyn, New York. These scripts were published in Script and
Manuscript Lettering in the forties. Bluemlein was one of the last members of the rich tradition of the golden era of the north-american penmanship. With this fonts and your sisters fonts, we will try to pay
a tribute to his art, in a free interpretation of his scripts. Despite the original name Bluemlein I decide use a different one to named this series of fonts, Bluelmin. THE OPEN TYPE VERSION HAS A BONUS :
six extra gliphs acessible using the gliph pallet or the contextual alternate open type feature and the Special Set 01 feature to alternative designs of "Q", "A" and "Z" gliphs.