claude-mediavilla-calligraphie-gothique-batarde de su libro "Caligrafía", un most para todos los amantes de las letras.

I like how this typeface looks very similar Blackletter with a mix of a cursive letter. That makes each of the letters stand out on there own.

DEVOTIONAL ICONOGRAPHIC RING, England, late 14th century.  Gold, engraved bezel, black letter inscription on the inside says "ave maria"

A gold English fourteenth-century devotional iconographic ring, engraved with an image of the Madonna and Child. A black-letter inscription on the inside says 'ave maria'/'hail Mary'.

c. 1400 poesy ring, French or English, V Collection

Ring

Gold finger ring set with a sapphire and a garnet, engraved flowers and inscription on the hoop. Gold ring set with a sapphire and a garnet; engraved flowers and inscription on the hoop.

The high medieval Prüfening dedicatory inscription, composed in Latin and stamped in Roman square capitals

Prüfening dedicatory inscription c. an early example of moveable type when printed

Pictorial book of arms of the Order of the Garter (‘William Bruges’s Garter Book’) Origin England, S. E.- Date c. 1430- c. 1440 - Gothic inscriptions

Sir Sanchet D'Abrichecourt Founding Member of the most noble Order of the Garter Saint George's Chapel Stall 25 Windsor Castle England Great-Grandfather

Detail of a miniature of the death of Herodes, with an inscription on the wall, 'Ainsi va le monde / tousdis / jouyeulx', at the beginning of chapter 7 of book 6.  Origin:	Netherlands, S. (Bruges)

Herodes Description: Detail of a miniature of the death of Herodes, with an inscription on the wall, 'Ainsi va le monde / tousdis / jouyeulx', at the beginning of chapter 7 of book Origin: Netherlands, S.

The translator Simon de Hesdin at work in his study. The inscription on the wall reads, ‘Je suis bien / Toudis Joieulx’, and a date ‘1479’ > Illuminator: Master of the White Inscriptions (c. 1480).

British Library, Netherlands, 1479 Miniature of the translator, Simon de Hesdin, at work in his study. Attribution: Master of the White Inscriptions. Source: Francis the scribe from 'The Relic Hunters.


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