Rudolf Koch's debut, initially called "German magazine", was such a bestseller that she later was just called Koch fracture. The adaptation of the written submissions to the needs of letterpress printing and typesetting busy writing the budding champions over the years. Between 1908 and 1910 the German fats font was cut.
Koch himself stated that the reason for the success of his German writing in their ability to bring the spirit of the times expressed. The concentrated principally expressed in Roman and manicured fractures, but the young talent Koch presented with the German writing something that really jumped the viewer's eyes - strong, plastic, black and alive. This document was stubborn, but convincing in a new direction.
This font comes in both my "special code" to allow a write to fracture without additional program - the use of ligatures. as well as in the modern Unicode-compliant coding according to the standard UNC-1 of the Society for German language and writing eV For this version you need either a set of utility or a custom keyboard driver, with the available long s and ligatures on the keyboard be.
* German to English Translation provided by Google Translate
Koch Fette Deutsche Schrift font contains 156 defined characters and 155 unique glyphs.
The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (92), Latin-1 Supplement (45), Latin Extended-A (2), Latin Extended-B (1), General Punctuation (14), Currency Symbols (1).
- Font Name:Koch Fette Deutsche Schrift
- Version:Version 1.000 2009 initial release
- Trademark:Koch Fette Deutsche Schrift is a trademark of Peter Wiegel.
- Manufacturer:Font by Rudolf Koch 1910 digitized by 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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