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    Unknown Diploma Calligraphy Font
    Mar 25th, 2009 / quote / 75.110.*.1*
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    The capital "C" in the middle name needs to be corrected to a capital "K" on a 1912 high school diploma. I can't identify what the font is. Does anyone know? Thanks.
    JBFedoraexternal link
    Mar 25th, 2009 / quote / 24.1.*.1*
    I'm going to guess this is hand-done, especially judging by the date and the "r"s, "a"s, and "e"s.
    Mar 26th, 2009 / quote / 76.25.*.1*
    yeah i'll second JB,
    the lines in the M and the C aren't straight.
    looks like a good artist.

    I've always used "Certificate"
    Mar 27th, 2009 / quote / 75.110.*.1*
    So are you saying whoever did this used their personal artistic talent and the capital "K" is not predictable?
    site moderator koeiekat
    Mar 28th, 2009 / quote / 79.155.*.1*
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    Buck, of course it is predictable how the K may look like. This is - as Justin said - handwritten and a free interpretation of gothic lettering, in the anglo-saxon world referred to as Old English / Blackletter.
    That is, for the capitals. The lower case used is a mix of gothic and fraktur.
    Did you have a look in the Old English department here? You should have found the Collins Old English, which would be a perfectly good start to draw a K.
    Mar 31st, 2009 / quote / 75.110.*.1*
    I think the "K" is purrfect! Thank you!
    site moderator koeiekat
    Mar 31st, 2009 / quote / 83.57.*.2*
    You probably need to work a littke on it because it is a bit too purrfect to match with the handwritten text. Good luck.
    Jul 29th, 2009 / quote / 201.21.*.5*
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