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Morris Fuller Benton
Linotype
Linoscript was designed by Morris Fuller Benton in 1905 and released by American Type Founders as Typo Upright; when it was integrated into the Linotype technology in 1926, it was renamed Linoscript. Modeled on the then-popular style of upright French scripts, Linoscript has flourished capitals and connected lowercase letters with extravagant loops on the ascenders. It is ideal for greeting cards, invitations, and formal business uses.
Formal Script
Script