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RTF Canadian Syllabics

by Rimmer Type Foundry



About this font family

RTF Canadian Syllabics is a more calligraphic version of the syllabary developed by Reverend James Evans for the languages of the native tribes of the Canadian provinces in the early 1800s.

Jim Rimmer originally designed the characters for the Eastern and Western dialect Cree to be cut as a metal font.

The digital version then grew to include all the characters of the Canadian Syllabics Unicode block. More…

Roman capitals were added later for further usability.

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RTF Canadian Syllabics



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