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Jonesy Script

Jonesy Script

Open
The '4' is open.
Trident
The centre strokes of the upper-case 'W' form one centre stroke.
Lower
The upper-case 'A' is drawn like a lower-case 'a'.
Spur
The upper-case 'M' is two rounded arches with a spur.
Loop
The stroke of the 'h' has a loop.
No base
The '1' (digit one) has no base.
Upper Gap
The bowl of the lower-case 'a' has an upper gap.
Curved
The strokes of the upper-case 'X' are curved.

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Eldwin Script Bold

Eldwin Script Bold

Closed
The '4' is closed.
Open
The centre strokes of the upper-case 'W' meet at a vertex.
Tapered
The upper-case 'A' has tapered verticals.
Angular
The upper-case 'M' is angular.
No Loop
The stroke of the 'h' has no loop.
Base
The '1' (digit one) has double-sided base or serifs.
No gap
The bowl of the lower-case 'a' has no gap.
Straight
The strokes of the upper-case 'X' are straight.