Cennerik is a plain, sans-serif typeface with rounded ends. It comes in three weights: regular, bold, and extrabold.
This font began as an attempt of draw alternatives to the images of Microsoft’s Wingdings, but then grew beyond that. This new version from late 2010 has over 1400 characters, including almost all of the geometric shapes in unicode 2500 and 2B00 ranges, almost all of the arrows in the unicode 2100, 2700, 2900, and 2B00 ranges, almost all of the dingbats and symbols in the unicode 2600 and 2700 ranges, many of the pictures, symbols, and emoticons in the 1F300 to 1F600 ranges, and a few of the miscellaneous technical items in the 2300 range.
NeuAltisch is a calligraphic version of a modernized, more rounded Fraktur.
It comes in two weights, plus three versions that are shadowed or striped.
Have you ever wanted to print text upside down? There is, or course, software the lets you rotate text, but another way is to use an upside-down font like UpsidedownTOC.
Notice that to use it to get upside-down printing, you must type in the words backwards.