Medieval Sharp is a gothic letter-based typeface. Book and Bold weights are available and match Italics with full glyph support. Wojciech Kalinowski created and shared the font. This is another of the antique fonts used by the designer to engrave inscriptions on stone. It was created in 1995, along with other fonts, when the designer began professionally doing stone inscriptions. It’s built around gothic lettering.
Originally, the font just included capitals and digits, but it was later updated to include small letters and some basic signs. The designer began converting typeface designs into digital fonts in 2010. The first was NovaCut, which included the entire Nova family. Before installing the fonts, you must first extract them from the ZIP or RAR file, then: Go to Windows 10/8/7 and Install the Font by right-clicking on it. For OS X (Macintosh Operating System): Double-click the font file to install it. Lastly, Select “Install font” from the drop-down menu.
The Medieval Sharp typeface is appropriate for both headlines and text in historical projects. Because the typeface has a vintage feel to it, you can use it in any type of antique project. This font was discovered in a restaurant where it was used in menus and designs since the restaurant’s theme was historical.
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Medieval Sharp Font View
Font information Table
|Name||Medieval Sharp Font|
|File Format||TTF, OTF|
|Font Licence||Free for commercial use.|
Medieval Sharp Font is also assessable for commercial purposes. However, purchasing a commercial license is strongly advised for commercial use.