Another yet unencoded Latin letter?

Andreas Stötzner's picture


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I found this remarkable piece among other delicacies on Bernhard Schnelle’s site., where also a lowercase variant is to be seen.

Anyone helping with a codepoint or some further insights about this character –?

;-)

Fontgrube's picture

Interestingly not just the same G upside down like the one three rows below.

blank's picture

According to the Wikipedia entry about Eng printers used to substitute a rotated G in fonts with no Eng.

winge's picture

I believe the table depicts the alphabet of the language Luganda.

aric's picture

That lower-case variant is something else.

I believe James is right about it being an Eng.

paul d hunt's picture

i'll third that as an Eng

Si_Daniels's picture

And I officially call an eng to this thread.

aric's picture

Dang ambiguity.

When I said the lower-case variant was "something else", I meant it was a crazy-looking letter, not that it wasn't an eng. Sorry for any confusion.

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