Some miscellaneous fonts are available for downloading (free of charge) from this page. These are Opentype fonts; they were made for GNU/Linux but should work equally well on other computers.
Clara is a type family created specially for printing A Dictionary of Editing (2015). The family includes italic, bold, bold italic, and small capitals, while the character set includes Greek, Cyrillic, ogham, phonetic and mathematical ranges, scribal abbreviations, and other specialist characters. The fonts also include some Opentype layout features (such as ligature substitution, small capitals, and old-style numerals), as well as some variant forms for particular languages.
Florea is the name I have given to a font containing a redrawing of two traditional typographic borders from the sixteenth century. It also contains a number of additional decorations. The units can be combined in various ways, as you can see in the samples above.
Gadelica is a cló Gaelach (Irish type) based on the first authentic examples from the seventeenth century.
Germanica is a blackletter (textura quadrata) type based mainly on one used by two of the first German printers, Fust and Schöffer, in 1457.
Valida is a font for creating ISBN bar-codes. It is used in conjunction with a calculator in the form of a Libre Office spreadsheet, which does the calculations and generates a bar-code image. The download includes an Opentype font, the spreadsheet, and detailed notes.