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Welcome to the Fonts page!   The fonts shown here are all original creations of Daniel Reeve.

All Daniel Reeve fonts include Basic and Extended Latin, enabling use for all European countries, as well as the Greek and Cyrillic alphabets, plus custom accents, ligatures and flourishes.   All fonts are OpenType/TrueType, and work on both PC and Mac computers.

Purchased fonts are delivered by email, and in the case of Shire fonts, include my notes on the use of accent marks in the Shire writing system - why some vowels have accent marks while others don't.


Shire font - Regular

Shire Regular font by Daniel Reeve

The Shire font, as written by Frodo Baggins.

Here is the Shire font the way it should be written, in its smooth, flowing form, straight from the calligraphy pen.   The font is very clear and legible at all sizes.

Several flourishes are included in the font.   Vowels carrying the non-standard accent marks are included as alternates to the standard, unaccented vowels.

Shire Regular: This is now re-released as the italic form of Kereru, where it has been improved, expanded, and is one of four styles that come with the package (regular, bold, italic, and bold italic).


Shire font - Spidery version

Shire Spidery font by Daniel Reeve

The Shire font, as written by Bilbo Baggins.

This, of course, is written in a 'spidery', wandering style, uneven and quirky, but very distinctive.   Legibility is very good.

Vowels carrying the non-standard accent marks are included as alternates to the standard, unaccented vowels.

ShireSpidery font (PC or Mac):   USD $16.00