Two Step Nouveau JNL

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What is the Two Step Nouveau JNL font?

Popular music of the early 1900s included a genre called two step; round dances utilizing a sliding step with a tempo in either march or polka time.
1911’s “Daughters of the American Revolution” was one such march/two step. The cover of the sheet music had the title hand lettered in a slightly rounded sans serif type design in the Art Nouveau style popular during that era.
It is now available as Two Step Nouveau JNL, in both regular and oblique versions.

Two Step Nouveau JNL Font families

The Two Step Nouveau JNL includes the following font families:

  • Two Step Nouveau JNL
  • Two Step Nouveau Oblique JNL

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