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Tante Emma Figures Bold

from EF Tante Emma by Elsner+Flake

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Latin Capital Letter A (A) Latin Capital Letter D (D) Latin Capital Letter E (E) Latin Capital Letter F (F) Latin Capital Letter G (G) Latin Capital Letter H (H) Latin Capital Letter I (I) Latin Capital Letter J (J) Latin Capital Letter K (K) Latin Capital Letter L (L) Latin Capital Letter M (M) Latin Capital Letter O (O) Latin Capital Letter P (P) Latin Capital Letter Q (Q) Latin Capital Letter R (R) Latin Capital Letter S (S) Latin Capital Letter T (T) Latin Capital Letter U (U) Latin Capital Letter W (W) Latin Capital Letter Z (Z) Latin Small Letter A (a) Latin Small Letter B (b) Latin Small Letter C (c) Latin Small Letter D (d) Latin Small Letter E (e) Latin Small Letter F (f) Latin Small Letter G (g) Latin Small Letter H (h) Latin Small Letter I (i) Latin Small Letter J (j) Latin Small Letter K (k) Latin Small Letter L (l) Latin Small Letter M (m) Latin Small Letter N (n) Latin Small Letter O (o) Latin Small Letter P (p) Latin Small Letter Q (q) Latin Small Letter R (r) Latin Small Letter S (s) Latin Small Letter T (t) Latin Small Letter U (u) Latin Small Letter V (v) Latin Small Letter W (w) Latin Small Letter X (x) Latin Small Letter Y (y) Latin Small Letter Z (z) Latin Small Letter Sharp S (ß) Number Sign (#) Dollar Sign ($) Percent Sign (%) Ampersand (&) Left Parenthesis (() Right Parenthesis ()) Plus Sign (+) Solidus (/) Digit Zero (0) Digit One (1) Digit Two (2) Digit Three (3) Digit Four (4) Digit Five (5) Digit Six (6) Digit Seven (7) Digit Eight (8) Digit Nine (9) Equals Sign (=) Low Line (_) Currency Sign (¤) Section Sign (§) Soft Hyphen (- ­) Euro Sign (€) En Dash (–) Em Dash (—) No-Break Space (   ) Exclamation Mark (!) Comma (,) Full Stop (.) Question Mark (?) Quotation Mark (") Acute Accent (´) <Private Use U+F8FF>
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This is a listing of all 82 glyphs contained in the font, including OpenType variants that may only be accessible via OpenType-aware applications.

Each basic character (“A”) is followed by Unicode variants of the same character (Á, Ä…), then OpenType variants (small caps, alternates, ligatures…). This way you can see all the variations on a single character in one place.

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