About Payzant Pen Font
Payzant Pen is licensed as Freeware, which means it is 100% free for both personal use and commercial use.
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Evidently, before the Speedball pen made its appearance in 1915, it had a competitor called the Payzant. This demonstration of the pen’s capabilities was presented by the Brothers Atkinson in their A Show at Sho-Cards: Comprehensive, Complete, Concise, published by Fredererick J. Drake & Co. in 1918.
2 Font Styles
|Font Name||Payzant Pen NF|
|Created||11/30/2006 2:07:31 AM|
|Modified||12/23/2006 1:11:39 AM|
|Created||10/24/2001 7:00:43 PM|
|Modified||10/24/2001 11:02:18 PM|