When applied to the Hershey effort, the term "fonts" becomes perhaps a bit of a misnomer. --In reality what we have is a set of images loosely related by offsets. -Much like the extended ASCII of divergent computer manufacturers, some images are lingua-centric, while others are not.
For lack of a better name to call a set of images that include map markers, music markups, and many more symbols, rather than "font", we might call each a "Glyph Set?"
Never the less, feel free to overlay the above font-renderings over each other so as to plot out your own re-use strategy. No matter what we choose to call each rendering, I hope you will enjoy using the Hershey Fonts in your own historic creations.
Note: We converted the fonts from their native "R" format to SVC using The Hershey Explorer.