Invicta Icelandic- it’s Old English too

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8 thoughts on “Invicta Icelandic- it’s Old English too

  1. Scratches head… admits defeat. Invicta: clamp the machine to your desk and tie a weight on the end of a length of string to the left platen knob, letting the weight dangle over the edge. Hey presto! Two handed typing. I listened to a very interesting edition of Word of Mouth by Michael Rosen about Original Pronunciation vs Received Pronunciation, especially in respect to Shakespeare’s work. It shone a light on hidden riddles. Worth a listen, if you haven’t already:


  2. Very nice to have the typeface to use Old English. The poem in Old English reminded me of the book How Green Was My Valley by Richard Llewellyn, but if I remember correctly it was not O.E. but Welsh, a big difference.


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