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About Sweet Sans
The engraver's sans serif—strikingly similar to drafting alphabets of the early 1900s—has been one of the most widely used stationer's lettering styles since about 1900. Its open, simple forms offer legibility at very small sizes. While there are digital fonts based on this style (such as Burin Sans™ and Sackers Gothic,™ among others), few offer the range of styles and weights possible, with the versatility designers perhaps expect from digital type families. Sweet Sans fills that void.
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