What is the Toonerville NF font?
The original sheet music for Ted (Is Everybody Happy?) Lewis’ signature tune, When My Baby Smiles at Me, inspired this whimsical wonder.
The sheet music was discovered in the Library of Congress American Memory Collection, an incredible online resource. The typeface gets its name from a slightly loony early 1900s comic strip by Fontaine Fox. This new and improved version has beefed-up outlines, so it renders well even at smaller sizes.
Both versions contain the complete Unicode 1252 (Latin) and Unicode 1250 (Central European) character sets, with localization for Romanian and Moldovan.
Toonerville NF Font families
The Toonerville NF includes the following font families:
Toonerville NF Preview
Here is a preview of how Toonerville NF will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
Is Toonerville NF Free to Download?
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