- RTA Ermine
- RTA Ermine Regular
RTA Ermine Regular font
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|rta-ermine-regular.ttf||TTF - TrueType||1.0||47||45 Kb|
RTA Ermine by Have Fun with Fonts, 2012. Based on artwork created by Gary R. Smith of Round Table Arms (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/RoundTableArms) Images used with permission.
No treadmark found on RTA Ermine, a free font
Most draw software or word processor applications allow use of an individual
key stroke to be seen a graphic expression within artwork or text documents.
Heraldry designers using a personal computer should find these historical
ermine spots to be of special interest.
This font selection details interpretations of the Arctic weasel's black
spot of tail seen decorating coats of arms and furry trim of royalty to
include crowns. Ermine spots became common-place for double linings of
mantle (cape) or as individual charges placed upon shield. Ermine spots
alone decorate the designated shield of Britain.
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