From August, 1932 comes the 8th alphabet by Alf R. Becker, as published in Signs of the Times magazine by ST Publications. Narrow and elegant is the key to this font, only I’ve made the serifs a little bigger than you normally find on a face like this. This is a font for signs, after all. And there’s nothing worse than disappearing serifs once you back up for a good look at your handiwork. There’s a lot of simplicity in this font, mixed in with the usual complexities, like that killer lowercase g that is sure to leave you drooling with excitement–or possibly despair, for those with a weak viewpoint.