What is the Deco Semi Serif JNL font?
Deco Semi Serif JNL was modeled from the hand lettered title on the sheet music cover for the 1933 song “Another Perfect Day Has Passed Away”.
This interesting design blend of serif, sans serif and partial-serif characters commands attention with its eccentric mix of letter forms, and is available in both regular and oblique versions.
Deco Semi Serif JNL Font families
The Deco Semi Serif JNL includes the following font families:
- Deco Semi Serif JNL
- Deco Semi Serif Oblique JNL
Deco Semi Serif JNL Preview
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