Peter T. Daniels said:
> Ph. D. wrote:
>> Duensing made matrices for a few (maybe twenty or so) of the
>> characters for Hamady's and Zapf's approval. These are the only
>> ones made in metal. As I understand it, font designs are not copy-
>> rightable in the USA. But digitizing the font would require getting a
>> hold of the drawings. Hamady apparently considers them his
>> property. Zapf apparently does, too, and has written for years
>> about the need for copyright on typeface designs. Duensing may
>> still have copies of the drawings, but he's very good friends with
>> Zapf, so I doubt he'd be willing to release them.
> The font was published in that STA book.

That book only shows about half the characters used in Cherokee.

--Ph. D.