During the restoration of the Amalienborg Royal Palace in Copenhagen, the Agency for Palaces and Culturel
Properties ordered a street sign from Lars Klint to Frederik Street
which displayed the same quality as the palace - not just a building with a mounted street sign.
This tradition is known elsewhere in Copenhagen, where several houses are equipped with street signs that adapt to the house, including the distinguished Engelhard-signs with gilded capitals.
The inscription is based on the typeface Scripsit from Fredensborg Royal Palace Gardens,
but obviously with lapidary design changes.
Scripsit was designed as bronze letters, the requirements for a carved
font is different but of course with the same basic design.
Design of a typographic identity based on the original Danish bronze letter type tradition "Frederik V", which is seen on several statue inscriptions.