Hamuel Nine Five was inspired by two sources, both with few letters, and different styles.
The first one was a fresco in the el-Transito Synagogue, Toledo, built in 1357 by order of Samuel Abulafia, treasurer to the king of Castile.
The second one was a mezuzah cover, Morocco, 19th century.
Hamuel Nine Five is an OpenType/TTF Unicode font.
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