Fournier Set OTF

This family was inspired by numerous documents and books printed in Paris during the end of the 1700s. Mainly documents printed by P.G. Simon & N.H. Nyon, “Printers of the Parliament” were used for the Normal and Italic styles and “Caps”. “Titling” characters came from a collection of hymns printed by Nicolas Chapart. In France, these Fournier characters, as with Baskerville in Great Britain, were the most often used in the late 1700s, just before the Didot designs.

Fournier Set OTF

This font supports strong enlargements, especially the capitals of “Caps” file and “Titling”, remaining very smart, elegant and fine.

Included in this set:

• 1786 GLC Fournier Caps
• 1786 GLC Fournier Italic
• 1786 GLC Fournier Titling
• 1786 GLC Fournier
• 1786 GLC Fournier Narrow
• 1786 GLC Fournier Narrow Italic

Please note that Stylistic Alternates will require professional design software such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign or Inkscape.

Language Support: Afrikaans, German, English, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Danish, Spanish, Finnish, French, Gaelic (Irish, Scottish), Dutch, Indonesian, Irish, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Lule Same, Swedish, Swahili

This product was originally featured in The All-Encompassing Vintage Design Bundle

Fournier Set OTF
Fournier Set OTF

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2 lovely comments from our community

  1. Victoria Seaburg

    These are absolutely beautiful! What fine work by GLC! I must find a project that needs this! :)


      Hey Victoria,

      Thank you so much for your feedback! We are so happy that you are loving Fournier :).


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