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Enamela Font

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EnamelaPublisher: K-Type
Enamela is a screen sans font family. This typeface has six styles and was published by K-Type.

ENAMELA (rhymes with Pamela) is based upon condensed sans serif lettering discovered on vitreous enamel signs dating from the Victorian period and extensively utilized in Britain for road indications, Post Workplace signs, the plates on James Ludlow wall postboxes, railway indications, direction signs and circular Auto Association wayfinding plaques throughout the first half of the twentieth century. In addition to the Medium and Bold weights found on old enamel indications, a brand-new Regular weight and the addition of a convincingly classic lowercase to match the initial capitals, make Enamela Condensed a flexible and extremely usable typeface. Each weight has a complementary and complimentary italic.

A typically used alternative M with a vertex that touches the baseline is offered at the Alt-M ( ยต) keystroke on a Mac, or Alt-0181 on Windows. Likewise, an alternative G with a plain vertical throat, no crosspiece, is assigned Unicode FF27 (full width capital G).

.Font Family:
· Enamela Regular
· Enamela Italic
· Enamela Medium
· Enamela Medium Italic
· Enamela Bold
· Enamela Bold Italic

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