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Munchner Carneval is exactly what its name suggests, a font based on lettering from a poster from a carnival held in Munich in 1905.  The graphic to the right is based on the original poster and suggests a rather hedonistic orgy rather far from what you would expect from Germans of that period.

The font is very much in the tradition of the German Art Nouveau Jugendstil movement.  Though you can also see some early elements of Art Deco or the Bauhaus movement in it.  Munchner Carneval includes a full upper case character set and small caps instead of lower case, plus numbers and punctuation.

There is no demo version of Munchner Carneval, but you can ORDER the full version online for only $29.

 

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