Numismatica Pro is based on the work of several font designers who have permitted incorporation of their work. The baseline Latin, Greek and Cyrillic character sets are from the BPreplay font by George Triantafyllakos. Several monogram glyphs were borrowed from the series of Seleucid monogram fonts designed by Catharine Lorber and from fonts designed by Brad Nelson of Classical Numismatic Group, Inc. Additional monograms were contributed by Dr. Farhad Assar of Oxford, England. I drew the majority of monograms by hand based on photos of actual Parthian coins. The many variations of archaic and ancient Greek letterforms are from the earlier Numismatica symbol font and remain consistent with their use in Dave Perry’s Cardo font. Numismatica Pro was created in support of the Sylloge Nummorum Parthicorum project.
License: Released under the SIL Open Font License (OFL)
Numismatica Pro Font License Agreement: The Numismatica Pro font, copyright ©2018 Edward C. D. Hopkins, is freely available for non-commercial purposes. It may not be sold or commercially distributed. The Numismatica Pro font may not be renamed, modified, nor used as a basis for another font. The font may be used in any academic paper, journal, or book, whether in paper or electronic copy. The font is embeddable and may be freely included in .pdf files or other documents which enable a font to be embedded. It may be used on publicly accessible web pages so long as a link to this page is provided for users to download the current version of the font. Although Numismatica Pro is a standard Open Type font and should not cause problems on your computer, under no circumstances will Edward C. D. Hopkins or Five Points Technology be liable for any problems that you encounter in using the font or for any loss or damage that results from its use. Downloading and installing the font indicates your acceptance of these terms.
The provision of software and other resources for the font's development requires the font be freely available to the academic community. The font is digitally signed to protect intellectual property. Users can readily determine if they have a genuine, unmodified version of the font by viewing the font in Windows Font Viewer or checking the font's properties in Windows Explorer or Windows Control Panel by double-clicking the font name; the description will include the words "Digitally Signed":
This page last updated 23 Feb 2021