Pismo Clambake NF

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What is the Pismo Clambake NF font?

This stylish stout script was originally issued in the 1930s under the name “Fulgor” by the spanish foundry Fundición Gans.
Cursory research suggests that Saks-Fifth Avenue found it suitably snooty to use extensively in its newspaper ads of that period. Perhaps somewhat ironically, this version takes its name from one of comedian W. C. Fields’ many odd aliases.

Pismo Clambake NF Font families

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