Silubr Font

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Silubr Font indoor design
Silubr Font indoor design

About Silubr Font

Silubr is a Ancient font that was created by Robert Pfeffer in . It was added to FontSpace on

Silubr is licensed as Freeware, Non-Commercial, which means it is free for personal use only. To use the font commercially, you will need to purchase a license or contact Robert Pfeffer

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More Information

SILUBR (Goth. “silver”) is a bold and contrasting Gothic uncial script related to the hand script of ancient Gothic codices. Its name is derived from the silver ink used for the Codex Argenteus. Silubr is probably the most original of all the fonts offered here. It includes 35 characters. This is quite a modest number, but the missing part can easily be complemented from other bold typefaces (e.g. “Poster Bodoni”).

To allow writing with this font in programmes that don’t support the high Gothic Unicode range (as for example MS Word), the Gothic characters are mapped to the Latin range as well. And in order to render texts in silubr which have originally been set from such of my fonts that distinguish between lower case and upper case letters, I have laid this font’s majuscules to the minuscule range, too.

Bold PostScriptMore Info 54 glyphs / 110 chars View Charmap
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Comments

  • mateusboga avatar
    Great use of the gothic alphabet, I enjoyed this!
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Basic Info

Font Name Silubr
File Name Silubr.otf
File Size 8kb
Created 5/11/2009 6:21:28 PM
Modified 5/11/2009 6:21:28 PM
Glyph Type PostScript
# Glyphs 54
# Characters 110

Copyright

(c) Robert Pfeffer, Hessen.

License

Frei für den nichtkommerziellen Gebrauch. <br>Free for non commercial use.

Designer

Robert Pfeffer, Hessen.

Version

Version 2.0 2009

Trademark

Please refer to the Copyright section for the font trademark attribution notices.

Vendor

Robert Pfeffer, Hessen.