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1925 My Toy Print Deluxe Pro

by GLC

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About this font family

This family was created inspired from two French (one so common and a very rare large one) “toy print” boxes, named Le petit imprimeur, with rubber stamp characters from the 1920’s. The big difference from our 1920 My Toy print is that this font is complete, with upper and lower cases, accented, complete punctuation and some symbols. The doubly of each usual character in each style (A-Z/a-z and numerals) allow to give a rich and variously uneven appearance, looking like the results of the real use of those old rubber stamps, with bad kernings and alignement. The font is containing West (including Celtic), Central, East European, Turkish and Cyrillic characters. More…

The bold style may be used as a reinforcement, mixed with normal style without disadvantage, allowing finally four choices for each usual letter...

The original size is 6mm (about 17 pts).

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Glyph coverage

available in all of the styles in this family:
Any OpenType Features Basic Latin/English letters West European diacritics Euro Ligatures Central Europe Baltic Turkish Romanian Cyrillic OpenType Contextual Dingbats & Symbols



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1925 My Toy Print Deluxe Pro Normal

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1925 My Toy Print Deluxe Pro Bold

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Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF   Windows TrueType  

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