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The first one is a common abbreviation: q; stands for que in this case. A screenshot from Cappelli: The other one is a ligature: what you see is simply ct with a little arc connecting the letters. I don't know whether these exist in Unicode, nor do I know about type faces.


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The typeface appears similar to those by Nicolas Jenson, a 15th-century typographer. The original typeface may not have a name (or the name may be lost to time), but there is a 21st-century typographer named Gilles Le Corre (GLC) who creates fonts that replicate 15th- and 16th-century typefaces. None of GLC's typefaces matches this one exactly, but several ...


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