Mynaruse Royale is an expansion of Mynaruse Titling. It features script capitals and widely tracked and smaller titling capitals. Mynaruse Royale has plenty of character and, with its powerful and sharp serifs that draw the eye. Mynaruse Royale is useful in settings that call for titling with an extra touch of elegance, such as a storefront, wedding program or formal invitation.
Mynaruse Royale contains a number of OpenType alternates, including alternate forms for the capitals that are large, drop cap like capitals instead of the calligraphic script capitals found in the default forms. Additionally there are non widely tracked lowercase forms that work well with the included alternate characters and ligatures.

I'm trying to identify a font used in the body text of Les Misérables I by Victor Hugo, from a "folio classique", Edition d'Yves Gohin, ISBN 2-07-040922-8, copyrighted 1973 and 1995.

The most unique thing about this font is the italic "f", which has a slightly curved, almost straight edge on the bottom. This characteristic alone eliminates most famous serif fonts, I think. Also, the italic "b", ""d", "l" letters begin from the top with a curved, tapered hook. The italic "z" resembles the Times, as well as the italic "v".

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Slab Serif (Contemporary)

Hello Typophiles,

Would any of you be able to deduce this typeface? I'd really appreciate it!

Many thanks,

Paul W

Does any one know what font is used on the text young dro, i wanted to see if i could find the text with the scratches on it, any advice is welcomed and appreciated! thanks.

Has anyone seen this typeface before? It is scanned out of a history book about Francis Bannerman. It is a sample page from the Bannerman 1888 catalog.

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Help with this one!

Does anyone knows which font is this?

thanks a lot

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Johns Hopkins typeface

Trying to figure out the serif typeface used in the "Johns Hopkins." Any ideas?

What do you think about DIN + Quadraat? or DIN + Warnock?
Do they work together?

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Serif font with large X value

Hi, I'm looking for a serif or slab font with a large x value to use on a magazine cover. The text is just 2 letter: RH, and I would like it to form a rectangle standing on its smallest side. The magazine is a business publication, so there is a concern on it looking serious. Anyone have any suggestions?

My typeface knowledge is pretty thin, so please feel free to quote obvious choices. So far I've come up with things like Palatino, Weiss and Minion. But I' not sure I'm on the right track.


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My first typeface attempt

I am graphic design student and have set my self the task of designing a typeface over the summer break.
I started off from some sketches but had no real goal other than to produce a typeface and learn how to use fontlab in the process.
Anyway I'd like to know what you think and would appreciate any guidance.

Hello! ,

I´m designing my first typography and I would like to listen to experts opinions because Im planning on presenting it on a type expo.

Thanks in advance , Looking forward to read you comments.



I work for author Kate Carlisle, and I'd like to identify the font that her publisher used on her book covers. In particular, I want to know the fonts used in the "A Bibliophile Mystery" tag and the title. Any ideas?

Need a hand with this one.

Thanks Typophilers!

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Hello there fellow Typophiles,

I'm looking for advice on a typeface for the body text on a website I'm working on. The website is about wedding photography, so I'm thinking that an elegant (but legible) roman typeface would fit nicely. Though I would really like to use true small caps, something I'm having trouble finding in a web font. Question: Do you know any free or affordable web fonts with true small caps? (that fit my requirements)

I've been looking at Typekit and Typotheque and the best I could come up with is Greta Text or maybe Brioni Text.

Any other recommendations?

Could someone help ID this? It is a picture of a name stamp out of an old textbook. Sorry for the poor quality. Notice the center vertex of the 'M' above baseline, straight comma, and circular period. Thanks for the help!

Although so familiar, it's one of those that I can't put a finger on—the italic that Ken Leung used in his proposed redesign of the Vanity Fair wordmark.


I've tried all the online font identifiers, but they keep returning bad results. Can anyone help?


Can anyone ID the font used for "The Holt Family" in the attached image?

can someone identify the font use on this logo?


I need to recreate the logo, and it would be really helpful if i know what typeface they used in the logo. if you know what that is, please help. any guesses are welcome.

chi hiu

Can anyone ID these two fonts being used in AT&T advertisements? Are they custom? And if so, any idea as to the foundry?

I'm trying to find the name of this font. There is a normal, solid version of the same, but I'd really like the inline version best.

Hi all,

Could anyone identify this typeface (see attachment) for me, any help would be much appreciated.



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