Lansbury FG Fonts
The first name of this beautiful Art Nouveau font it seems was Art Gothic or Toulouse Lautrec. It became a famous font through a TV series starring Angela Lansbury as detective novelist Jessica Fletcher. So the font also runs under Fletcher Gothic, Lansbury etc. Using one of the anonymous freeware versions around, I added many characters. Alternative characters had to go to different places, non-standard of course, but more convenient for non-Unicode-aware software. This free font software is mainly for the benefit of amateurs. Professionals, get one of the commercial versions on sale if you bother. Or put up with the inconvenience for free.In version 1.1 I did further tweaking on letterspacing, kerning and outline smoothing and also added a few more characters in slots that had been empty.
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