73. Bickham Script, Richard Lipton (1997) — Within only a few years, the adaptable Bickham Script had become a bestseller in the USA, popular as a “wedding script”, but also in editorial design and packaging. #typography #fonts
Interiors Booklet Catalog #GraphicRiver 14 Pages 210×148mm with bleed lines 300 DPI CMYK Print Ready idml and .indd files included The fonts used are free you can download at: Agency FB ufonts /fonts/agency-fb.html Lato .fontsquirrel /fonts/lato Bickham Script .fontpalace /font-details/Bickham+Script/ IMAGE: Are not included Created: 20September13 GraphicsFilesIncluded: InDesignINDD Layered: Yes MinimumAdobeCSVersion: CS4
Copperplate, (called Écriture Anglaise (English Roundhand) or simply Anglaise by the French, and probably the Spanish and Italians), this was the main writing style of the British (and the French as far as I can tell) during the Victorian period. In America, Spencerian script derives from this in the early 1800s. This is page 194 of The Universal Penman, first published c. 1740–1741. An example of George Bickham's English roundhand lettering and engraving skills.