Gessele-Script is an elegant script font from the Art Nouveau period. The characters are unslanted and are drawn as if with a quill pen, with thick down strokes and thin up strokes. There's a complete alphabet in the font, as well as punctuation and numbers. There are no diacritics. There are also three extra characters: an alternate upper-case M will be found at ascii 229 on PCs, shift-option M on Macintosh; a final swash lower-case e at ascii 171 (option-e followed by option-e on Macintosh); and a final swash lower-case n at ascii 247 (option-n followed by option-n on Macintosh). The Macintosh keystrokes given apply to the System 7 keyboard mapping.
Gessele font contains 95 defined characters and 89 unique glyphs. The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (80), Latin-1 Supplement (7), Latin Extended-A (1), Spacing Modifier Letters (1), General Punctuation (7).
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