What is the Eckhardt Inline JNL font?
Jeff Levine’s Eckhardt Inline JNL furthers a “mini series” of fonts and lettering styles popularized by sign painters and show card writers.
Named in honor of the late Albert Eckhart, Jr. (owner of Allied Signs in Miami, Florida until his passing), this inline sans serif more closely resembles hand lettering than “perfectly designed” display type.
Limited character set.
Eckhardt Inline JNL Font families
The Eckhardt Inline JNL includes the following font families:
Eckhardt Inline JNL Preview
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