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  1. Uncial by Monotype 35.00 USD
    Uncial was designed by Victor Hammer and published by Monotype. Uncial contains 1 style.

  2. Irish Penny by K-Type 20.00 USD
    Irish Penny is based on the lettering from Percy Metcalfe’s beautiful and influential pre-decimal coinage of Ireland, the Barnyard Collection. The font is more monoline than is conventional for Irish insular styles, almost giving the feel of a modern soft sans, and perfect for small and large scale display purposes.


  3. Frances Uncial by ITC 35.00 USD
    Frances Uncial was designed by Michael Gills and published by ITC. Frances Uncial contains 1 style.

  4. American Uncial by Linotype 35.00 USD
    American Uncial™ was designed by Victor Hammer in 1943. Uncial typefaces consist of letter forms of the Capitalis Monumentalis and the majescule cursive. The origins of Uncial faces date back to the 5th century. In 1953, American Uncial was expanded to include some new figures, also designed by Hammer, and was rereleased by Klingspor with the name Neue Hammer Unziale. The forms are based on old scripts in books of antiquity and the early Middle Ages and the font is a new variation of a classic. Neue Hammer Unziale font has been a favorite for certificates and diplomas and is recommended for headlines and shorter texts in a point size of 12 or larger.

  5. Corbei Uncial by Scriptorium 18.00 USD
    Corbei Uncial was designed by Michael Scarpitti and published by Scriptorium. Corbei Uncial contains 1 style.

  6. Generation Uncial by ABC Types 45.00 USD
    Generation Uncial was designed by Tony Mayers and published by ABC Types. Generation Uncial contains 4 styles and family package options.

  7. American Uncial by Mecanorma Collection 45.00 USD
    American Uncial was published by Mecanorma Collection. American Uncial contains 1 style.

  8. Rieven Uncial by Delve Fonts 39.00 USD
    If a sans serif roman and an uncial got together and had a type-baby, it would be Rieven Uncial.

  9. American Uncial by URW Type Foundry 35.00 USD
    American Uncial was designed by Victor Hammer and published by URW Type Foundry. American Uncial contains 5 styles and family package options.

  10. Jason Uncial by URW Type Foundry 35.00 USD
    Jason Uncial, a unicase font, was created by Dutch designer Coen Hofmann. Uncial hand writing began to spread in Europe at the time of the late Roman Empire (200 A.D.). It influenced both the Carolingian Minuscule as well as our present lower case letter forms. Uncial fonts are still very much in use. It is used for headlines, display, titles, certificates, and not surprisingly, very much in Ireland or for anything with a Gaelic/Irish or Celtic touch.

  11. Benedict Uncial by Monotype 35.00 USD
    Benedict Uncial was designed by Philip Bouwsma and published by Monotype. Benedict Uncial contains 1 style.

  12. Cal Uncial by Posterizer KG 16.00 USD
    Calligrapher Uncial Font, is one of the calligraphic group of fonts called “21 alphabets for Calligraphers“. All graphemes are taken from calligraphic pages written on traditional Uncial calligraphic stile. This font is ideal for calligraphic sketches or for imitation of ancient manuscripts. It contains all the Latin glyphs.

  13. Macteris Uncial by Scriptorium 18.00 USD
    Macteris Uncial was designed by Michael Scarpitti and published by Scriptorium. Macteris Uncial contains 1 style.

  14. Evangeliaire Uncial by Intellecta Design 15.90 USD
    Evangeliaire Uncial was designed by Iza W and published by Intellecta Design. Evangeliaire Uncial contains 4 styles and family package options.

  15. PR-Uncial by PR Fonts 10.00 USD
    This is our first font, based on Peter's own personal way of writing uncials, The rounded letters of the fourth to eighth centuries. The characters in the caps position are more closely related to the classical Roman forms, and the lowercase position has letters that are the more rounded, medieval forms, at the same size, so they can be freely mixed, for a hand lettered appearance. This typeface is currently used for the titles in the TNT Television show "the Librarians". It was originally designed in 1998, and is now available in Open Type Format.

  16. Cyclic Uncial by ArtyType 29.00 USD
    Cyclic is a stylish and modern slab serif in three practical, highly legible weights.

  17. Meanwhile Uncial by Comicraft 19.00 USD
    Aye! Verily ‘twould seem ’tis time for thee to speak in the majuscule language of legendary gods! Yea, thou shalt speak most eloquently in the style and manner of many a pseudo-Shakespearian Bard. Forsooth, thine utterances such as “HAVE AT THEE, VILE VILLAIN!” shall cause all ye creatures of evil to begone from the hallowed halls of Asgard (or other otherworldly domains of the gods).

  18. Linotype Irish Text by Linotype 35.00 USD
    Linotype Irish Text is part of the Take Type Library, chosen from the contestants of Linotype’s International Digital Type Design Contests of 1994 and 1997. German artist Torsten Weisheit designed this font based on Irish scripts of the 5th century. Characteristic of this style is the mixture of upper case letters in the mostly lower case alphabet and vice versa. The letters look as though written with a broad tipped pen and have triangular serifs, displaying a decorative tendency akin to that of Irish calligraphy. Linotype Irish Text is intended exclusivley for headlines in large point sizes.

  19. Irish Stout BB by Blambot 20.00 USD
    Created by Blambot’s Nate Piekos for a party invitation, IRISH STOUT has a deep, dark aroma and a creamy, white head. Serve ice cold with a heaping plate of Shepherd's Pie! Comes with a six-pack of European characters.

  20. Irish Grover Pro by Neapolitan 19.95 USD
    Presenting Irish Grover! No, it's not a coveted new AKC breed. No, it's not a tasty seasonal pilsner. It's a fun, flamboyant, new display font by Squid that's way better than any of those possibilities. Sure and it's free for Pete's sake! And you can't say that about dogs or beer.

  21. VLNL Irish Stew by VetteLetters 35.00 USD
    Obviously the Irish Stew font finds its origin in Ireland. During a vacation in West Ireland Donald® fell in love with the famous local dish. In fact, he loved Irish stew so much he couldn't wait to create a font dedicated to the stew from Ballymaloe.

  22. Uncial Romana ND by Neufville Digital 29.60 USD
    Uncial Romana ND is part of Neufville Digital's GRAFÍA LATINA Collection.Rousselot began as a freelance designer at a very young age, soon devoting himself to the alphabet. He tried to improve it each day, inspired by the text on Trajan's column.

  23. 750 Latin Uncial by GLC 38.00 USD
    This font was inspired by the Latin script used in European monasteries from circa the 5th to 8th centuries, before the Carolingian “Caroline” (look at our 825 Karolus). It was a regular script, rounded, written slowly, used mainly for specially meticulous books, with a few ligatures, legible, but only with lowercase. The capitals consisted of enlarged lower cases, but here, we have preferred to use two slightly different patterns. Our lower cases are a synthesis from a lot of variants (mainly from the “First Bible” of Charles The Bald), the upper cases were mainly inspired from a 700’s manuscript from the abbey of Fécamp (France).

  24. Rieven Uncial Pro by Delve Fonts 49.00 USD
    If a sans serif roman and an uncial got together and had a type-baby, it would be Rieven Uncial Pro. While it retains a richness and elegance found in traditional uncial forms, Rieven Uncial Pro has been carefully tempered by designer Steven Skaggs to be much more versatile. The accompanying italic works perfectly well with its uncial cousin despite being structurally quite distinct from it.

  25. Cal Uncial Rough by Posterizer KG 19.00 USD
    Cal Uncial Rough is a calligraphic font based on sketches written with cane calligraphy pen and ink on coarse-textured paper. Because of the fact that the Uncial don't have lowercase letters, there are small capitals instead of the lowercase. As the Latin version of the Uncial was created from the Greek Uncial script (translating the Bible from Greek into Latin), in addition to the standard Latin graphemes, the font contains the Greek alphabet (and also the Cyrillic letters (Ustav), derived from the Greek Uncial too). Regardless of the stylistic connection, there is a difference between the morphology of related Greek, Latin and Cyrillic letters. Most of the graphemes are based on traditional roman and insular uncial calligraphy.Cal Uncial Rough is suitable for the preparation of calligraphic sketches as well as an application in typography that should bring us closer to historical topics (European literature, quotes, history, film ...).

  26. Edward's Uncial 1904 by New Renaissance Fonts 20.00 USD
    It's 100 years since Edward Johnston proposed the two mediaeval styles uncial and half-uncial to reintroduce handwriting as an enjoyable experience of beauty - calligraphy. Here his hand-written forms are adapted for print and screen, and extended for other languages; there are swash forms of beginning capitals and final small letters: and ornaments coming in a separate font soon!

  27. Uncial Antiqua Pro by Stiggy & Sands 29.00 USD
    Our Uncial Antiqua Pro is a hybrid typeface which combines the speedier penned styles of Uncial and Half Uncial letterforms together in a formal text representation. Signature letterforms to the Uncial & Half Uncial styles are not sacrificed in this compilation, yet readability is surprisingly maintained when read in context. The SmallCaps and extensive figure sets only further expand the range of usability and appeal.





  28. C&lc Uncial Pro by Hackberry Font Foundry 24.95 USD
    This is a radically modernized uncial with many OpenType features and 415 characters: Caps, lower case, small caps, numerators, denominators, accents characters and so on. There are 21 ligatures. It is an experimental look at medieval writing for the 21st century.

  29. PB Roman Uncial Vc by Paweł Burgiel 32.00 USD
    PB Roman Uncial Vc is a font face designed for imitate Roman uncial writing style found in manuscripts from 4th to 5th century.All characters are handwritten by use ink and reed pen (calamus), scanned, digitized and optimized for best quality without lost its handwritten visual appearance. Character set support codepages: 1250 Central (Eastern) European, 1252 Western (ANSI), 1254 Turkish, 1257 Baltic. Include also additional characters for Cornish, Danish, Dutch and Welsh language, spaces (M/1, M/2, M/3, M/4, M/6, thin, hair, zero width space etc.), historical characters (overlined Roman numerals, abbreviations, I-longa, historical ligatures for "nomina sacra" and "notae communes") and wide range of ancient punctuation.

  30. PB Roman Uncial IIc by Paweł Burgiel 32.00 USD
    PB Roman Uncial IIc is a font face designed for imitate Roman uncial writing style found in manuscripts from 1st to 2nd century.All characters are handwritten by use ink and reed pen (calamus), scanned, digitized and optimized for best quality without lost its handwritten visual appearance. Character set support codepages: 1250 Central (Eastern) European, 1252 Western (ANSI), 1254 Turkish, 1257 Baltic. Include also additional characters for Cornish, Danish, Dutch and Welsh language, spaces (M/1, M/2, M/3, M/4, M/6, thin, hair, zero width space etc.), historical characters (overlined Roman numerals, I-longa, historical ligatures for "nomina sacra" and "notae communes") and wide range of ancient punctuation.


  31. KG Luck Of The Irish by Kimberly Geswein 5.00 USD
    This quirky handwritten font is unicase and unique. The 4-leaf clover can be accessed via the bar key (|).

  32. P22 Elven by IHOF 24.95 USD
    The rounded shapes of P22 Elven show the influence of the 10th-century Irish half-uncial. Effective for projects dealing with mystery, fantasy, or historical drama.

  33. Padraig Nua by Tony Fahy Font Foundry 25.00 USD
    Padraig Nua is a font conceptualized and designed by Tony Fahy. It is a European Celtic font, contemporary to many languages, not just of Europe but of the world.It’s origin is influenced by events in Ireland in the 1960s when it was decided that the uncial letterform should not be used further in Irish schools for the Irish language—Gaelic—and that it should be replaced by the Roman letterform—the Cló Romhanach as it was called afterwards. This happened overnight without any apparent discussion. It probably had a lot to do with Ireland joining the EEC, as the EU was called then. It had a massive effect on the Irish language and culture, in that the distinguishing factor that gave the language it’s identity—the half uncial/uncial fonts that were in use in all school, government and society documentation and merchandise—were lost overnight. No one said how or why. It was just done. To this day, all documentation is bi-lingual in government and Gaelic is taught in schools and universities—and decreed so by the European Union—but the presentation for both languages is the Roman letterform. Throughout the world, there are millions of Irish Americans and Irish Canadians, Irish Europeans, Australian Irish, African Irish and many living in the Middle East and Asia—and this new font—Padraig Nua, will appeal to many of them, visually recalling their roots.No one had thought, in those days, of commissioning a design that might update the Gaelic language to a more contemporary appearance that would keep the cultural nature of it intact with a revised and updated font—at one with Europe, the US and the world.Tony Fahy designed Padraig Nua (New Patrick) to address the problem. It keeps an appearance that lends towards the Gaelic language but steers it in the direction of Roman fonts. Some characters reflect letterforms from the Irish/Gaelic manuscripts and uncial fonts.


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