George IV

George IV, unofficial typeface of the 1820’s.

Hundreds of glyphs, representing automatic alternation between different versions of every glyph, full Latin language support, and true OpenType small caps.

Two versions of every glyph means means repetition is much harder to spot, and gives a convincing, hand-painted feel.


George IV uses OpenType standard ligatures to provide randomisation, so make sure they’re on!