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Route 66 NF

Route 66 NF

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Route 66 NF Font Family was designed by Nick Curtis and published by Nick's Fonts. Route 66 NF contains 2 styles.

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About Route 66 NF Font Family

Statistics Prove. Near and Far. That Folks Who Drive Like Crazy. Are! Burma-Shave. In the days before the Interstate Highway system, you were likely to encounter a series of signs like this, somewhere in the backwoods between the large and small towns connected by the U.S. Highway system. The fonts in this series are based on the typefaces used on U.S. Highway signs from the 1930s to the 1950s. Included in each font are a sign shield in the backslash position, and a Burma-Shave logo in the section mark position. The Truetype and Opentype versions contain the complete Latin language character set (Unicode 1252) plus Central European (Unicode 1250) languages as well.

Designers: Nick Curtis

Publisher: Nick's Fonts

Foundry: Nick's Fonts

Design Owner: Nick's Fonts

MyFonts debut: Feb 26, 2007

Route 66 NF

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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