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Fonts with Tails. Fonts with tails resemble the style of hand-written letters of the 17th and 18th centuries. Some handwritten fonts are based on the handwritings of such famous masters as George Schell and George Beekam. These fonts have an elegant, noble typographic design. These typefaces are not suitable for basic writing. Therefore, it is common to use them in various greetings, invitations, and inscriptions for festive events.
Fonts with tails are difficult to perceive visually compared to the standard, and therefore, more difficult to read larger texts. This should be considered when choosing a font style for the text decoration. The fonts with tails should be used in the headers of individual phrases and small texts, to make the lines of special attention and importance stand out.
We have compiled a variety of fonts with tails, both free and premium, each of which is distinguished by its own originality.
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