The 1913 sheet music for “There’s A Girl in the Heart of Maryland (with a Heart That Belongs to Me)” may have had no shortage of words in the title – fifteen to be exact, but it also offered some nice hand lettering in the Art Nouveau style.
Maryland JNL is a condensed typeface with an unusual twist. The “S” and “G” both have spurs on them, which is reminiscent of the preceding Victorian period and the popular spurred Tuscan alphabets of the time.
Maryland JNL Font families
The Maryland JNL includes the following font families:
Maryland JNL Preview
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