What is the MFC Brass Rules Grand™ font?
The inspiration source for Brass Rules Grand is a collection of the brass rules from the 1889 “Convenient Book of Specimens” from Franklin Type Foundry in Cincinnati. This is a collection of basic utilitarian brass rules that has been created as combinable and endlessly expanding.
Filling the Numerals and all Capital and Lowercase glyph slots are a total of 62 traditional Brass Rule designs, all extendable by combining with other rules, or by extending the pin line by simply typing a dash “-“ or ”.”. A truly sleek and simple utilitarian font for invitations, menus, business cards, and whatnot. More…
Download and view the “MFC Brass Rules Grand Guidebook” if you would like to learn a little more.
MFC Brass Rules Grand™ Font families
The MFC Brass Rules Grand™ font includes the following font families:
MFC Brass Rules Grand™ Preview
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