What is the See You Later JNL font?
The sheet music cover of Lew Brown and Albert Von Tilzer’s 1917 wartime song “Au Revoir, But Not Goodbye (Soldier Boy)” had its title hand-lettered in a condensed sans serif design with the influence of Art Nouveau styling.
This has now been re-drawn digitally as See You Later JNL.
See You Later JNL Font families
The See You Later JNL includes the following font families:
See You Later JNL Preview
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