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Eckhardt Trilinear JNL

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What is the Eckhardt Trilinear JNL font?

Eckhardt Trilinear JNL was inspired by [and modeled from] a pen-drawn alphabet found in a 1960 edition of the Speedball® lettering textbook.
As with many other “sign painter-oriented” typefaces by Jeff Levine, it is named in honor of Jeff’s good friend — the late Albert Eckhardt, Jr. Al ran Allied Signs in Miami, Florida from 1959 until his passing.

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