Edwardian Script ITC font family
Unlike traditional calligraphic scripts which tend to suggest a flat-tipped writing instrument, ITC Edwardian Script font was influenced by a more flexible steel-point pen. This writing instrument can be pulled as well as pushed, which means that varying the pressure, rather than the angle of the nib, produces thick and thin strokes. Great time and care went into the design of ITC Edwardian Script.
|Styles & Weights||Edwardian Script ITC|
|Copyright||Copyright (c) International Typeface Corporation 1997. Portions Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation 1997. All rights reserved.|
|Code pages||1252 Latin 1
Mac Roman Macintosh Character Set (US Roman)
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Edwardian Script ITC