Rare "Thousand sign" (or "Millar") in XIX century Spaniard books
verdy_p at wanadoo.fr
Mon Nov 16 10:51:11 CST 2015
Le 16 nov. 2015 13:56, "Marcel Schneider" <charupdate at orange.fr> a écrit :
> The third looks like a turned small ligature ff. I see no other way than
using two turned f's (eventually with reduced letter spacing):
> U+025F LATIN SMALL LETTER DOTLESS J WITH STROKE, U+025F LATIN SMALL
LETTER DOTLESS J WITH STROKE
If this is a ligature of two letters they really should be joined with
ZWJ... Otherwisecthectwo letters will not have any signifiance and won't be
associated with the millar, they'll juste read as strange two letters which
are not even an abbreviation of the millar word.
Such hint is needed in this case, semantically, even if the ligature will
not necessarily be rendered.
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