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Fraktur chart

See also: script and printed Fraktur || Fraktur || written Fraktur || What does this blasted thing say? || Fraktur in different fonts

Capital letters
Lower case letters
= A = N = a = n
= B = O = b = o
= C = P = c = p
= D = Q = d = q
= E = R = e = r
= F = S = f = s = s     = ss
= G = T = g = t
= H = U = h = u
= I = V = i = v
= J = W = j = w
= K = X = k = x
= L = Y = l = y
= M = Z = m = z
These images are copyrighted by IconBAZAAR and are permanently licensed to me for my use in any educational or institutional non-profit application. Source of this chart: www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/translit.htm

Fraktur letters that can be confused for each other
Source: What does this blasted thing say?

appears only at the end of a word or syllable. See A Manual of European Languages for Librarians, c1975: p. 34.
is used only as lower case and substituted with Ss when it would be used in upper case.
     This information is from Sven-Olof (carlsson.hh at arcor.de), Hamburg, Germany, received in an e-mail on July 21, 2005


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