An old fashioned font with a gothic style.
Based on originals from the 9th through the 12th centuries depicting British/Irish semi uncials, which in turn preceded our minuscules. It takes a look back at the first millennium. The font is fine for certificates, religious or festive texts, but also for music or design of fantasy computer games.
Font name: Anglo Saxon
Terms: Free Non-Commercial Use
The clear and simple Bauernschrift ("FarmersType") was published in 1911 by Bauersche Gießerei. There are two different versions of the capital A included, a Jugendstil inspired one as shown in the sample above, and a classical gothic one.
Bradley is an 1895 typeface designed by Herman Ihlenburg (alternatively credited to Joseph Warren Phinney by some sources) from lettering by Henry William Bradley for a Christmas cover of Harper's Bazaar magazine. Bradley departs from the traditional blackletter model, incorporating Lombardic features and many unique forms.
A classic medieval style font with bold, blocked and shadow typefaces.
Font name: Bridgnorth
A tall font with a classic look.
Font name: Cajun Queen
A relatively heavy black face, with something of the hand drawn look about it.
A thin classic serif font with complete character set.
A classic roman font named after the emperor Claudius.