Indestructible Script?

magpiepaperworks's picture

This script was featured in the recently published book, Artistic Printing. It's labeled as "Indestructible Script" circa 1895. Appears to have been created by the Indestructible Type Company, of Chicago, patent pending Lindsay Type Foundry.

I've searched high and low (What the Font + every major & not-so-major foundry I can think of) and haven't found this script anywhere! Surely something this lovely hasn't died, or has at least been resurrected?

Mark Simonson's picture

A lot of old faces have never been revived. The pool grows steadily smaller, though.

bowfinpw's picture

This reminds me of some of the recent work of Hubert Jocham. See Mommie and Glenda. They are not this typeface, but they have some of its qualities.

- Mike Yanega

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