What is the Putney Junction NF font?
This elegant offering is based on a typeface originally called “Design”, from Barnhart Brothers & Spindler’s Specimen Catalog Number 9, published in the first decade of the twentieth century.
This version has been fine-tuned to set tight, and is suitable for headlines, subheads, and limited amounts of body copy.
Both versions of this font include the complete Unicode Latin 1252 and Central European 1250 character sets.
Putney Junction NF Font families
The Putney Junction NF includes the following font families:
Putney Junction NF Preview
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