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MFC Decatur Monogram

MFC Decatur Monogram

by Monogram Fonts Co.
Individual Styles from $19.95
MFC Decatur Monogram Font Family was designed by Jim Lyles, Brian J. Bonislawsky and published by Monogram Fonts Co.. MFC Decatur Monogram contains 1 styles.

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About MFC Decatur Monogram Font Family

The source of inspiration for MFC Decatur Monogram is a beautifully styled blackletter from JM. Bergling’s 1914 book on Monograms and Engraving Alphabets. This elegant decorative style was shown only displayed as Capital letters, so we took it further by crafting matching Smallcaps, Numerals, and lined Capitals, Smallcaps, and Numerals.

MFC Decatur Monogram can create one, two, or three letter monograms as well as basic headline and titling settings. It is a refined look that is as darling as it is elegant.

Decatur Monogram's numeral set and bullet dividers allow for even more detailed and personalized monograms.

If you want to create a more customized look, you can add any of a handful of complimentary brackets to surround your monogram setting. Any monograms or typesettings surrounded by brackets, braces, or parenthesis will auto line the middle lettersets.

And lastly, due to its traditional smallcaps - Capitals - smallcaps composition, Decatur Monogram can also type unique headings & titles.

Designers: Jim Lyles, Brian J. Bonislawsky

Publisher: Monogram Fonts Co.

Foundry: Monogram Fonts Co.

Design Owner: Monogram Fonts Co.

MyFonts debut: Jan 25, 2020

MFC Decatur Monogram

About Monogram Fonts Co.

Monogram Fonts Co. is a product of type designer, Brian J. Bonislawsky, known for his involvement in the Astigmatic One Eye Typographic Institute, the Breaking the Norm Font Library, VersusTwin Type Foundry, and Foundry-X. In looking ahead and planning his wedding to his optometrist fiancée, he realized that monogramming seemed an integral part in most wedding invitations as well as personal item branding. However, there seemed to be a distinct lack of monogram typefaces, outside of embroidery fonts. As a result, and with the desire to change that, a new font company is born with the hopes of becoming the Monogram Authority on the web!

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