Italian Script is a formal connected script typeface that is shown in Lubalin, Burns & Co.’s specimen book of 1971. It claims to have been photoset on Alphatype. The calligraphically correct lead-in strokes in the sample text suggest that alternate glyphs were drawn for lowercase letters, and the composition system had to recognize when to substitute them. [Peter Bain]
Sackers Italian Script is similar.
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