King James Version 1611 typeface is a libre digital recreation of the font found in one of the most famous books in the English language, the 1611 King James Version of the Holy Bible.
King James Version 1611 font can be used to typeset both in the medieual spelling style, or in the modern style. The alphabet is not static ; some glyphs that we use today did not exist in the 17th century. For example, capital “V”, capital “I”, and the “@” sign. Based on other blackletter fonts made by contemporaries of the scribes, and other modern recreations of other blackletter fonts, made up glyphs for these modern symbols/letters.