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Beverly Shores Script SG™

by Spiece Graphics

1 font: $39.00

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About this font family

If you take the South Shore Line from Chicago to South Bend, your train will pass though the small community of Beverly Shores, Indiana. The beautifully restored and highly colorful “Beverly Shores” train station sign not far from the Lake Michigan beach is the source of inspiration for this connecting script typeface.

The sign’s existing ten letters have now been extended to include the entire alphabet. More…

This old-fashioned depot letterstyle is much in the spirit of such faces as Fulton Sign and Inserat Cursive. Ascenders and descenders have been lengthened and capitals are now much larger. Alternate lowercase swashes, capitals, and small figures have been included for your convenience.

And custom uphill words such as “The,” “for,” and “to” have been added for more novelty and spark in headline settings.

Beverly Shores Script with Alternates is also available in the OpenType Std format. Some new characters including old style figures have been added to this OpenType version. Advanced features currently work in Adobe Creative Suite InDesign, Creative Suite Illustrator, and Quark XPress 7. Check for OpenType advanced feature support in other applications as it gradually becomes available with upgrades. All aboard for Beverly Shores!

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Available licensing options
Glyph coverage

available in all of the styles in this family:
Any OpenType Features Basic Latin/English letters West European diacritics Euro Ligatures Small Caps OpenType Alternates OpenType Swash Other OpenType Dingbats & Symbols



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Beverly Shores Script SG

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$39.00

Available formats

available in all of the styles:
OpenType OTF  


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