Horst Caps is a font that was named after a former student of mine from Stanford University, simply because I CAN, and because I no longer teach there. It is in the Art Nouveau style, and consists of a set of script capital letters with fairly substantial curly-Q's. This version supplants an earlier version that lacked I, X and Y.
Horst font contains 112 defined characters and 44 unique glyphs.
The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (4), Greek and Coptic (3), Mathematical Operators (10), Geometric Shapes (1).
- Font Name:Horst Regular
- Version:Altsys Metamorphosis:4/16/92
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