Ultra Black Initials (for the Black Family) Free TTF PC Font by Paul Lloyd Fonts

The UltraBlackInitials.ttf font file is an extra heavy (ultra black) inital caps (upper case only) for use with Paul Lloyd's Black Family, sporting a shadowed or embossed embellished uppercase (capitals) only character set that would lend itself well to first letter embellished type (first letter on page or in chapter) to accent the olde English/Medival Gothic blackletter family fonts.

This TrueType PC font was created by Paul Lloyd and released as a free font, distributed without a specific license, and is therefore available for personal use, commercial use, studying, conversion to other platforms, editing, modifying, appending and/or (re)distribution.

What is particularly nice about this Blackletter initial is that it goes hand-in-hand with Paul Lloyd's "Black Family" fonts.

UltraBlack Initials is available for download from his website at typOasis within Moorstation.org. His Black Jewels section hosts the Blackletter fonts:


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This UltraBlack Initials distribution archive is available at its homepage in Font-Journal:


The Black Family fonts distribution archive (which this font complements) is available at its homepage in Font-Journal:


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