when you search "beautiful letters" on google you will find that great one from 1946. but what is that font? pls help!

jackvmk's picture

it is a best handwriting i ever seen..

here is link..

http://www.leisuregalleries.com/sahlinfamilylet1.jpg

riccard0's picture

As you said, it's handwriting. The kind made with a fountain pen.
It's not a font.

Nick Cooke's picture

A letter from 1946.... I do mean to be rude but, what is that font? how stupid are some people?

J. Tillman's picture

It's possible that the original poster is just communicating poorly (while obsessing about the handwriting) and is asking about the letterhead font. That quirky letterhead works well with the lawyer's careful handwriting.

Renaissance Man's picture

Maybe someone should make a font based on the sample.

hrant's picture

Nick, there are ways to read what somebody meant even if they fail miserably. :-)

He wants a font that looks like that.

hhp

jackvmk's picture

Renaissance Man, i agree

jackvmk's picture

hrant, thanx mate.. you answered nick cookie for me..

hrant's picture

But do try not to fail miserably.
See the wording here: http://typophile.com/node/92768

hhp

oldnick's picture

If the quest is, indeed, for the typeface used in the letterhead (and how deliciously ironic is the name “Unfug” for a lawyer), my money is on Barnhart Brothers & Spindler’s Greeting Card, a reasonable facsimile of which is here…

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/nicksfonts/delysian-nf/

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