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This typeface was first seen in the late 1930s at the Bakery Post Office and used in a movie. The name Meccanica was first used in part to describe an old and popular pen-drawn script.' For people who are unfamiliar with these characters, the Chigi font has short, bulbous serifs in the lowercase letters and swirls in the middle of the uppercase letters. The Chigi font also has a 'spooky' look in the design. The modern interpretation includes a more 'geometric' appearance.
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