Pleasant Valley Sundae JNL

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What is the Pleasant Valley Sundae JNL font?

It seems only fitting that Pleasant Valley Sundae JNL, a typeface re-drawn from hand lettering on a piece of vintage sheet music, should take its name as a pun on another song’s title from a different era.
“Pleasant Valley Sunday” was a 1967 hit for the Monkees and was written by the legendary songwriting team of Carole King and the late Gerry Goffin; inspired in turn by a street they’d lived on named Pleasant Valley Way, in West Orange, New Jersey. The record made it to #3 on the pop charts.

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