If Castine looks like it could belong on an 18th-century headstone, that’s because it does. Brian named the font after a cemetery in Castine, Maine, which has headstones dating back to the 1700s — “the standard old shape, often topped by winged skulls.”
Two weights with nearly 550 characters, including ligatures, old-style and lining figures, ornaments, and Central and Eastern European language support.
|Number of faces||2|
|Available formats||Open Type|
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|Number of Users||5|
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