What is the Winery JNL font?
A rubber stamp printing set from the 1930s (or possibly earlier) was the model for Winery JNL. Containing a pleasant serif font, it also provided a few little touches unusual for such toy sets of the time.
The horizontal crossbar of the H has a diamond embellishment, as does the horizontal stroke of the number 3. Additionally, the lower right tail of the G curves away from the letter and the Q has a spiral tail.
Re-drawn from scans of the original stamp impressions, this typeface is available in both regular and oblique versions.
Winery JNL Font families
The Winery JNL includes the following font families:
- Winery JNL
- Winery Oblique JNL
Winery JNL Preview
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