The Tagettes fonts are the type of Italian chancery writing of the 16th and 17th century that is mostly called Cancellaresca, and were developped out of a page of samples created by the French writing master Louis Barbedor around 1650.
Both fonts are matching -- on my computer at least --, and you should therefore have no difficulties in getting your texts to look more swashed by selecting some letters and having them displayed as the alternate glyphs.
As usual, there is no number sign in these fonts, and you'll find a long s in its place.
TagettesPlus contains neither figures nor punctuation marks, nor composite charcters, and its set of upper case glyphs is identical with that of the main font. Its lower case letters are the alternate ones. They are mostly swashed, but you'll find a simple f and g there, too, as well as two less space-taking ys.
Tagettes font contains 374 defined characters and 350 unique glyphs. The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (94), Latin Extended-A (124), Latin Extended-B (8), Spacing Modifier Letters (8), Greek and Coptic (1), Latin Extended Additional (8), General Punctuation (17), Currency Symbols (1), Letterlike Symbols (3), Number Forms (2), Mathematical Operators (11), Geometric Shapes (1), Alphabetic Presentation Forms (2).
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