by Nate Cox (nathancox)

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Victrola is a florid Victorianesque display font that might look at home on a vaudeville poster or a bottle of liver tonic. Includes diacritics, small caps, and lining and small caps figures.


Very nice indeed!

The only weak point may be the A which looks not tall enough if compared to the other caps.
Comment by Em42 31st july 2008
Good catch, Em. The exclamation mark too.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 31st july 2008
sweet as honey and it was a pleasure to sweep through those letters. i'm especially in love with "V", "8", "o" and "Q", but most of all that cute 4 in 1/4!
you found wonderful solutions here...
Comment by kix 1st august 2008
Classy. This is what Victoriana would look like if she sobered up, lost some weight, and read a few self-help books to gain some depth of character. Oh, hi Victoriana, I didn't know you were listening. Gotta go, she's threatening to delete herself again. I noticed your "Top Pick" is missing too - I swear she didn't steal it.
Comment by geneus1 2nd august 2008
These flourishes are so lovely! I am jealous.

"O", "a" and "f" are my personal favorites, but it looks like "Q" has been robbed...
Comment by Karolina Lach (sliveress) 2nd august 2008
Yeah I'd agree with EM42. Maybe just extend the A a little over the baseline and cap height to balance it out optically. Other than that, fantastic!
Comment by ne_nad 6th october 2012

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