Rudolf Koch (1876-1934) was a master and genius in type design. Maybe there was no greater type cutter in Germany until today. One of his fonts is Maximilian Antiqua. A rather humble but elegant typeface. I combined it here with a decorative dragon themed frame and made Maximilian Antiqua into a pretty initials font. The font is public domain, free for all uses, commercial and private.
Maximilian Antiqua Initialen font contains 60 defined characters and 29 unique glyphs.
The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (57), Latin-1 Supplement (6).
- Font Name:Maximilian Antiqua Initialen Regular
- Version:Version 1.00
- Manufacturer:Gebr. Klingspor Schriftgießerei
- Designer:Rudolf Koch
- License:Public Domain -- "Freely ye have received, freely give." Matthew 10:8
Rudolf Koch's Maximilian Antiqua with a decorative dragon themed frame made into an initials font by Typo-Graf on 3rd January of 2015.
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