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Edmund Fry

Son of Joseph Fry. Fry was a great scholar; sixteen years of research resulted in Pantographia, a work on languages containing over 200 alphabets. In 1784 he introduced a raised roman letter for the blind, and was awarded a prize by the Edinburgh Society of Arts. (Louis Braille’s system of lines and dots ultimately proved better.) He took over the Fry Letter Foundry with his brother Henry upon their father’s retirement in 1787. He died in 1835.

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Pantographia

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Pantographia Pantographia

Pantographia Collection is a Intellecta digitization, in facsimile style, without artistical interpretation of any kind, of the work of Edmund Fry (monumental book), Pantographia, a work on languages containing over 200 alphabets. We just are collecting in digital way these alphabets. Each alphabet has a short pdf description (see in the gallery). For example, in the pdf brochure of the “Saracen One” font, according to Edmund Fry,

Fry's Alphabet

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Fry's Alphabet Fry's Alphabet

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