Arcaro JNL

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What is the Arcaro JNL font?

There are times when a typeface is used so consistently that it becomes somewhat synonymous with the subject it’s used in.
The opening and end titles for the ABC-TV series “Naked City” (1958-1963) were set in a bold version of a popular font emulating the look of calligraphic hand lettering.
Arcaro JNL is a somewhat lighter and slightly modified version of this typeface and is offered in both regular and oblique versions. More…
The name Arcaro comes from one of the regular characters in this superbly-written police drama, Detective Frank Arcaro.

Arcaro JNL Font families

The Arcaro JNL includes the following font families:

  • Arcaro JNL
  • Arcaro Oblique JNL

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