||Engraving Font description and common usage.
Roman 4-Line-caps only. Good for
Fifth Avenue-lower case is actually
small caps. Often used smaller italicized for donors names.
Old English-reads best when used with
upper and lower case combined, or all lower case.
Double Line Century-our most popular
font. Available in both upper and lower case.
Victoria Script-most used for a recipient's
name. Looks best with upper and lower case combined, or all lower case.
Gothic Block-most often used for plastics
|The image shown above is a black brass engraved
plate, mounted on gold brass back plate. Engraving on all brass plates
shows through as gold lettering.
||Script Fonts: each letter is shown engraved out here since
some of the letters are quite unique.
Zapf2-most used for a recipient's name. Best with upper and
lower case combined, or all lower case.
Victoria Script-same general use as
|The image shown above and below is a satin gold
brass engraved plate with the engraving blackened. Engraving on all gold
brass plates will automatically blackened unless you specify
||Times 3-Line-simular to
Roman font except it is available in upper and lower case.
Helvetica 3-Line-most often used for
engraving large thick letters on plastic signs.