Pennsylvania font family

About Pennsylvania font family

Living in Pittsburgh, Christian Schwartz registered the industrial grit in the forms of capitals and numbers on license plates in Pennsylvania the rhythms of vertical and horizontal alignment without implications of typewriter or lineprinter. Adding lowercase, small caps, and punctuation, he designed this family of typefaces that offers monospace rhythm and convenience with the straightforward flavor of old line industry.
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Font Designer: Christian Schwartz

Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania

8 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Pennsylvania Regular -  2 variants
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Pennsylvania Regular Small Cap -  2 variants
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Pennsylvania Regular Italic -  2 variants
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Pennsylvania Regular Italic Small Cap -  2 variants
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Pennsylvania Bold -  2 variants
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Pennsylvania Bold Small Cap -  2 variants
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Pennsylvania Bold Italic -  2 variants
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Pennsylvania Bold Italic Small Cap -  2 variants
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