Scottish Upper Case

ABCDEFG      §¦¦
HIKLMNO      ||¦
PQRSTVW      *
XYZJUaeoe AEOE   ]!
  ff    &    fl    ffl    £   hair  ----                            :    ç    ?  

The layout is that given in Chambers Encyclopaedia (1891). The equivalent lower case is Scottish Lower.

Note that the boxes with A, etc are for small caps. The ¦ and ¦¦ represent the single and double dagger.

The empty configuration is Scotch Upper. Apart from being divided into four, rather than the normal two, bays the configuration is the standard from the time of Moxon to the present day.

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This page was written in 1997 by David Bolton and last updated 14 October 01.