Kroeburn Font

by Kiwi Media

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German

Regular Style

Kroeburn Regular
truetype 85 glyphs 89 characters
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    About Kroeburn Font

    Kršbern is/was a small town in eastern Germany, in the
    Meklenburg-Schwerin area. A good portion of my ancestors are from around
    there. Anyway, this font is named such because it is taken from the old
    German script used to keep records in that area in the 1700-1800's. It is
    extremely hard to read without practice, because the letters on their own
    are decipherable but in groups look very odd, and also because it's
    someone's handwriting on top of it all.

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    1995
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