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Pressroom

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Sekhmet

TWT Pavane

TWT Prospero

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Cedar Street

Marydale

Marydale Inspired

Oak Street

Professor

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 Historical Penmanship »

Abigail Adams

American Scribe

Botanical Scribe

Douglass Pen

Emily Austin

Geographica Script

Houston Pen

Lamar Pen

Military Scribe

Old Man Eloquent

Remsen Script

Schooner Script

Texas Hero

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Attic Antique

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Terra Ignota

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Elegeion Script

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Lil Diddles One

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Speed Bump

Historical Fonts
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August Special!
This month we’re giving away a free copy of our Old Man Eloquent font with any order. No discount code required—simply buy any font (or fonts) before September 1st, 2017, and you’ll also receive a download link to this simulation of the 200-year-old penmanship of John Quincy Adams—a $49 value.

Introducing Geographica Hand
Geographica Hand is a hand-drawn serif modeled after British cartographic lettering of the 1700s. Source materials include the engravings of royal geographers Emanuel Bowen and Thomas Jefferys. Geographica Hand shares a kinship with our Geographica Script and our core Geographica family. Its 900 glyphs include small capitals, discretionary and old-style ligatures, and a series of sketchy cartographic ornaments. » Try out Geographica Hand here.


Below is a random 3IP Type Foundry font in use. Click the image for a closer look at Houston Pen

Houston Pen
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Treefrog

KIND WORDS:

“The fonts you offer are quite unique and beautifully done.... Your site and ecommerce process was also a pleasure to view and to use.”
—R.M., Newbury NH

“Not only is Texas Hero a uniquely beautiful font, there’s also the matter of Texas pride.”
—S.P.G., San Antonio TX

“All [these] typefaces are wonderful, romantic creative fonts which no serious designer could possibly overlook.
—G.H., London, England

“[Schooner Script is a] masterpiece.”
—A.D., Miami FL

“These are fantastic fonts, and I appreciate that your company offers a trial download (minus the "e") so I could sell these fonts to my client.
—L.A., Woodinville WA

“[Treefrog] is a real mess and breaks all the rules and I love it.”
—P.M., Palatine IL

“The Lamar Pen font is divine. We are using it on a novel set in the eighteenth century, and the author is ecstatic.”
—J.H., London, England

 

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