Kings in Disguise font family

Designed by  Alex Grecian
Kings in Disguise is a chunky, balloon font of the sort used extensively during the 1970s. It has a retro, disco feel and is ideal for signs and logos. The name comes from a great comic book series published in the late 1980s. The engraved style has a limited character set.

Kings in Disguise Kings In Disguise Boxcar

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Kings in Disguise

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File name: KINGDB__.TTF
Windows menu name: Kings in Disguise Boxcar
PostScript name: , KingsinDisguiseBoxcar
PostScript full name: , Kings in Disguise Boxcar
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US$ 15
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