What is the Packard Patrician NF font?
Here’s a new take on the hand-lettered alphabet Oswald Bruce Cooper used in ads for the Packard Motor Company, later converted into a metal typeface by the Barnhard Brothers & Spindler foundry.
This version has smoother outlines and an increased x-height, but retains all of the elegant charm of the original.
Both versions of this font include the complete Unicode Latin 1252 and Central European 1250 character sets.
Packard Patrician NF Font families
The Packard Patrician NF includes the following font families:
Packard Patrician NF Preview
Here is a preview of how Packard Patrician NF will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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