Ardwan Punch has its roots in history, created in 1874 by Professor Julius Euting. The outcome was a set of lead punch letters with a unique aesthetic, comprising a harmonised but strange collage of handwritten details blended with technical aspects. Ardwan Punch is a modern interpretation of Euting's work, filtering the handwritten elements and focusing on the essence of his technical precision. The font was created by studying the original punch letters held in French archives and capturing the technical brilliance of the 19th era. With Ardwan Punch, past craftsmanship gets a new life in our digital age. This font represents a meticulous restoration of Mandaic typographic history.