From: Anto'nio Martins-Tuva'lkin (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Aug 04 2003 - 10:13:17 EDT
On 2003.02.07, 15:42, Marion Gunn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I wonder if any Unicoders have seen the handwritten EURO sign which
> differs substantially from the usual computer-generated kind?
I noticed a hand written euro sign with wavy strokes, consistently used
by a person who is the chief accountant of an organizazion where I hold
also a managing position (this meaning that I see a lot of these signs).
The person in question is a retired Portuguese Air Force technical
officer, who had a great deal of contact with british engineers. I note
that his pound sign is similarly stricken.
Attached two examples of this glyph, composed using Times New Roman, and
also the refered pound sign U+00A3 (which is not distinguishable from
U+20A4, as both have two strokes.)
I may scan samples of the original, if there is interest.
António MARTINS-Tuválkin, | ()|
R. Laureano de Oliveira, 64 r/c esq. |
PT-1885-050 MOSCAVIDE (LRS) Não me invejo de quem tem |
+351 934 821 700 carros, parelhas e montes |
http://www.tuvalkin.web.pt/bandeira/ só me invejo de quem bebe |
http://pagina.de/bandeiras/ a água em todas as fontes |
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