Prussia: Between 1880 and 1914 Prussian railway administration in an occasional series pattern drawings issues on which types of font and are governed by the execution of signs for railway vehicles, including the .Musterzeichnung IV 44 Issue 3 So here the font used on many technical plans, this time for the explanatory notes and dimensions, so to speak, the forefather of - (Other typefaces will follow this font, I offer indeed here.) DIN EN ISO 3098th, yes I did with the old DDR standard designation TGL 31034 in our assortment. Way above a section of the pattern drawing sheet P II 2 August 1900, entitled "Signs and addresses for Bahnpostwagen". Unlike the other in the usual correspondence used German cursive (see Wiegel Kurrent) is the Amptmann Script is an only partially connected spelled, very upright Latin script.
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Amptmann Script font contains 217 defined characters and 214 unique glyphs.
The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (96), Latin Extended-A (7), Latin Extended-B (1), Spacing Modifier Letters (2), General Punctuation (15), Currency Symbols (1), Letterlike Symbols (1).
- Font Name:Amptmann Script
- Version:Version 1.000 2009 initial release
- Trademark:Amptmann Script is a trademark of Peter Wiegel.
- Manufacturer:Peter Wiegel
- Designer:Peter Wiegel
- Vendor URL:www.peter-wiegel.de
- Designer URL:www.peter-wiegel.de
- License:GPL- General Public License AND OFL-Open Font License
- License URL:http://www.fsf.org/licenses/gpl.html AND http://scripts.sil.org/OFL
Copyright (c) 2009 by Peter Wiegel. Open Font under Terms of following Free Software Licenses: GPL (General Public License) with font-exception and OFL (Open Font License
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