About this font family
The inspiration source for Almond Monogram is a highly unusual warped letterset from a vintage embroidery publication combining to create an almond form monogram. Originally intended to adorn handkerchiefs, it has many other possibilities. Numbers and letters can be combined to create one side
of the monogram, while the other side is completed by ornament glyphs under the comma, period, braceleft, braceright, bracketleft and bracketright characters. This is one of many monogram designs
from the early 1900’s which fall into a two letter format that is either adorned or interwoven with ornamentation.
Download and view the “MFC Almond Monogram Guidebook” if you would like to learn a little more.