What is the Olde Nouveau JNL font?
Olde Nouveau JNL is an interesting Art Nouveau typeface based on lettering found on some vintage sheet music. It’s name is a contradictory pun, since “Nouveau” means new in French, and Olde (spelled in the archaic form) is the total opposite of what the Art Nouveau movement embodied.
Olde Nouveau JNL Font families
The Olde Nouveau JNL includes the following font families:
Olde Nouveau JNL Preview
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Is Olde Nouveau JNL Free to Download?
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