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Claudiu P:
Hi all,

I'm trying to find the Symbolus II font and can't find it? Does anyone have it and is willing to share?
Cheers,
Claudius

Claudiu P:
 :)
I got it from its developer, never mind.

OldMoney:
If Ras is reading this thread, then I would like to alert to the fact that
the two font links (Symbolus II & Aethelred) on his DOC site are broken.
FYI

- Walter

Redd F:

--- Quote from: OldMoney on September 09, 2018, 11:10:09 pm ---If Ras is reading this thread, then I would like to alert to the fact that
the two font links (Symbolus II & Aethelred using this tool) on his DOC site are broken.
FYI

- Walter

--- End quote ---
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Anaximander:
I am curious as to the value of that font.  Is it for numismatic symbols not available elsewhere?  I've spent countless hours looking for symbols that grace ancient and medieval coins.  You can never have enough! 

Can you share a picture of some of the font symbols, and perhaps the contact, if your readers would also like to gain access.

Cheers~
Anaximander

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