1920 My Toy Print

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What is the 1920 My Toy Print font?

This family was inspired by a small French “toy print” box, with rubber stamp characters, from the 1920s. The set contained only capital letters, no accented letters and limited punctuation. We have reconstituted a complete modern standard set. The doubling of each usual character in each style (A-Z/a-z and numerals) gives a rich and variously uneven appearance, looking like the results of the real use of those old rubber stamps.
The bold style may be used as a reinforcement, mixed with Normal style without disadvantage, allowing four choices for each usual letter… More…
The original size is 6mm (about 17 pts).

1920 My Toy Print Font families

The 1920 My Toy Print includes the following font families:

  • 1920 My Toy Print Normal
  • 1920 My Toy Print Bold

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