Ciribiribin JNL

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What is the Ciribiribin JNL font?

“Ciribiribin” is an Italian ballad composed by Alberto Pestalozza in 1898. Many versions with different sets of lyrics have been recorded over the years.
The hand lettering on the sheet music for one such popular version of the song was comprised of bold characters with a “semi-serif” treatment; that is, characters with partial or no serifs on certain strokes of the letters.
Ciribiribin JNL extends this unique design into a complete digital typeface. Available in both regular and oblique versions.

Ciribiribin JNL Font families

The Ciribiribin JNL includes the following font families:

  • Ciribiribin JNL
  • Ciribiribin Oblique JNL

Ciribiribin JNL Preview

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