Store Clerk JNL

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Single styles from $29.00

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Designed by Jeff Levine, Store Clerk JNL is a display sans font family. This typeface has four styles and was published by Jeff Levine Fonts.


Store Clerk JNL Regular


Store Clerk JNL Oblique




The cover of the 1929 sheet music from the First National/Vitaphone picture “The Girl from Woolworth’s” had its title (“Someone”) hand lettered.

This single word title was the model for Store Clerk JNL, which is available in both regular and oblique versions as well as solid and solid oblique versions (without an inline).

A bold, casual sans serif with rounded ends and an inline, Store Clerk JNL is perfectly suited for projects where a strong, yet playful title is necessary to grab the reader’s attention.

For those old enough to remember, Woolworth’s was a leading “Five and Dime” store chain, especially in the days when a nickel or a dime actually could purchase something.

Foundry Jeff Levine Fonts
Price $29.00
Style Display Sans
Designer Jeff Levine
Licenses Desktop
Web Font
Digital Ad