This revival is based on a scan from “Épreuves des Carácters & Vignettes” by Charles Derriey, 1839 Paris from “Type, A Visual History of Typefaces and Graphic Styles” by Taschen.
Tuscan style typeface is a display font that was designed specifically for posters and display environments, headline, logotype, branding, and similar applications demanding high visual impact. The font combines highly detailed, organic shapes with a flavor of Baroque and Rococo influences. This typeface is still work in progress.
The font will have more than 700 characters supporting all Western, Central and Eastern European. Also, the font will also include many OpenType features such as: case sensitive forms, small caps, stylistic alternates, swashes, historical ligatures, standard ligatures, discretionary ligatures, slash zero, ordinals, scientific superiors and inferiors, numerators and denominators, fractions and arrows.