An engraved alphabet (not actual type) made out of tools. Shown in Geoffroy Tory’s book Champ fleury from 1529, titled Lettres Fantastiques.
Duerer Everyday Tools (L’Abécédarienne, 2001) is a digital font made by Amy E. Conger that erroneously credits the design to Albrecht Dürer.
Also digitized by Ellmer Stefan and used for Opuscolo Editions #2 (2020). Unreleased.
Lettres Fantastiques (Tory) in use
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