Engravers Gothic is a grotesque sans-serif typeface with wide, extended letterforms available in uppercase only. It’s fairly similar to the ubiquitous Copperplate Gothic but without the sharp, tiny serifs. This style of typeface was popular with engravers of the early twentieth century. The wide letterforms help maintain legibility at small sizes.
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