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About Kenosha Antique NF Font Family
The inspiration for this elegant, willowy typeface was found in the 1903 type specimen catalog of Barnhard Brothers & Spindler. The original version was named "Racine"; this version takes its name from another town in Wisconsin. The Postscript and Truetype versions contain a complete Latin language character set (Unicode 1252); in addition, the Opentype version supports Unicode 1250 (Central European) languages as well.
Designers: Nick Curtis
Publisher: Nick's Fonts
Foundry: Nick's Fonts
Design Owner: Nick's Fonts
MyFonts debut: Dec 21, 2004
About Nick's Fonts
Nick’s Fonts is a modest little foundry dedicated to the preservation of our rich typographic heritage. Most of the foundry’s designs are based on authentic historical sources, gleaned from the massive collections of the Library of Congress. If you’re looking for a font that captures the essence of the Wild West, the Gay Nineties or the Jazz Age, look here first: if it’s not in the catalog, it will be soon.
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