1776 Independence

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What is the 1776 Independence font?

1776 Independence was designed inspired mainly from the Caslon typeface used by John Dunlap in the night of 1776 July 4th in Philadelphia to print the first 200 sheets of the Congress’ Declaration of Independence establishing the United States of America. I just added accented letters and a few others, with respect for the original design.
A render sheet,enclosed with font file, help to identify them on keyboard.
It can be used as web-site titles, posters and fliers, editing ancient texts, menus or greeting cards as a very decorative font… More…
This font supports as easily enlargement or small size, remaining clear and easy to read from 8 or 9 points to 72 and over. It gives a smart look especially to prints.

1776 Independence Font families

The 1776 Independence includes the following font families:

  • 1776 Independence Normal
  • 1776 Independence Italic
  • 1776 Independence Bold

1776 Independence Preview

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Is 1776 Independence Free to Download?

No. This is a premium font that you can download from MyFonts.com Please don't waste your time looking for a free download of 1776 Independence as you just won't find it.

It's highly unlikely that this font can be found for free on the web. If you do, then potentially you'll risk getting viruses on your computer. One thing to remember is that it's illegal to use this font if you didn't pay for it!

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