P22 Brass Script is a new font from an old source. This script font was discovered in a booklet from Dornemann & Co. of Magdeburg Germany, circa 1910. The book was titled "Messingschriften fur Handvergoldung", which roughly translates to "Brass types for hand foil stamping". The mini catalog called this type simply "Script". It has not been previously digitized or seen in metal type form.
The style is very loosely based on the secretarial hands and reminiscent of "French Hand" with a very early 20th century, pre-modern feel. It has an unusual flow that is neither too casual nor too formal. The font would be useful for wedding invitations or packaging and advertising.
P22 Brass Script Pro features include automatic ligatures, full CE language support and a variety of swash underscores for different length words that can be added manually in OpenType ready applications with the glyph palette or with the contextual alternates, the length of the word will automatically select the best length of swash.