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Nameplate JNL Font

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Nameplate JNLDesigner: Jeff Levine
Publisher: Jeff Levine
Nameplate JNL was designed by Jeff Levine and published by Jeff Levine. Nameplate JNL contains 1 style. p > 2 attractive cast metal door indications reading 'Men' and 'Ladies' from back in the Art Deco era inspired the idea for Nameplate JNL.

The left parenthesis essential begins the border decoration, and the best parenthesis key closes it off.

Nameplate JNL has just a fundamental A-Z and numeral set; the letters 'floating' within the parallel lines of the border to form total nameplates, house numbers or any likewise encased words.

A duration, comma, apostrophe and dash are on their respective secrets. A small blank space is on the left bracket key, a medium space is on the ideal bracket key and a large space is on the left brace key. There is a small, total frame on the ideal brace key.

For names such as 'MacDonald' or 'McIntyre', the small 'ac' is on the colon secret and the small 'c' is on the semicolon key.

No kerning has been used in order to give the type more of an antique, 'mechanically assembled' look.

Font Family: Nameplate JNL

Tags: 1930s, 1940s, art deco, decorative, display, frame, headline, nameplate, retro, sans serif

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