Bank of England
Bank of EnglandBank of England

Bank of England

Bank of England is loosely based on the blackletter lettering from Series F English twenty pound banknotes introduced in 2007. The font also takes inspiration from German Kanzlei (Chancery) typefaces and the 17th century London calligrapher, John Ayres. For designers using OpenType-aware applications, Bank of England includes Swash versions of all uppercase letters and ampersand, Alternates for nine lowercase letters and capital Z, and sixteen ornamental flourishes.

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K-Type is an independent type foundry that offers high quality, inexpensive fonts to designers. Many can be downloaded free for personal use. More About K-Type.