Xanthippe NF

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What is the Xanthippe NF font?

Extrabold and exuberant caps from a blackletter face rendered by Ross George in his perennial Speedball Text Book have been combined with a more restrained and traditional lowercase to create a unique and striking typeface that will definitely get noticed.
Both versions of this font include the complete Latin 1252 and CE 1250 character sets, with localization for Romanian and Moldovan.

Xanthippe NF Font families

The Xanthippe NF includes the following font families:

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Xanthippe NF Preview

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