Wintanceastre, by Hanoded, is described as being "based on a 10th century Latin manuscript. I have tried to stay close to the original letters, but since Latin does not have all modern glyphs, I found myself designing the missing ones. So, before you scold me for having made a font that is historically inaccurate: it was never meant to be an exact replica, nor would anyone want an exact replica, as it would be useless for modern texts and designs." Stamp size: 3.5mm, 4.5mm, 6.5mm Shank size: 1/4", 5/16" Available sets: Uppercase, Lowercase, Numbers, Symbols (03), Alternates (02) Individually sold symbols: Question Mark, Exclamation Point, Ampersand Alternates (02): Lowercase g, Uppercase G My Two Cents: This is a thicker lined font and the 4.5mm size (while rated for all metals) is most stampable and best in soft metals. These examples were hammered in aluminum. The 3.5mm font works well in all metals, including stainless steel. Wintan looks best when used with tape, and all the lowercase letters are lined up by the top of each letter. This includes low hanging letters like the r and f. Some of the uppercase letters seem CRAZY huge and mis-sized (see the uppercase B) -- but this is intentional and the letters are meant to be lined up by the TOP of the letters.