Silent film font - very similar to Silica Regular and Sancoale Slab Ext, with different serifs

spitespecific's picture

This is a font from a silent film, Why Change Your Wife (1920) by Cecil B. DeMille. It was used as the intertitle font


donshottype's picture

The inter-titles were hand lettered. I don't think there is an exact font match for this one. Somewhat different, but a modern digital font that captures some of the flavor of inter-titles of the era, Meyer Two
Also LHF Silent Movie
ITC Photoplay, by Nick Curtis,


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