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By 1910, they were very popular: Small cabinet with ceramic sliding store, where as all sorts of "solids" in the kitchen could be kept handy. There were flour, salt, pasta, rice, coffee to find it, but also more exotic things like fig coffee and crumbs. Virtually the small image of the merchant shop. Sometimes you get lucky and get hold of a pharmacist-cabinet with enamel signs or a drawer cabinet from the mom-and-pop shop. If it works, a few well-preserved ceramic inserts are also available. To make something special out of this piece of furniture, it might be integrated into the kitchen or the dining area, you can these bays when they are unlabeled, now equipped with the beautiful Art Nouveau font Luxembourg. For each printer are suitable transparent adhesive films. So you sit down, the modern computer workstation, with a good coffee from the coffee machine and floats in nostalgia. Also you can stick anything in addition very good glass container with the printed film. The capital letters are so similar to my Elbe Tunnel of ceramic abgeguckt, this time a stencil font in strict Jugendstil forms. I have taken the liberty to invent suitable add the lowercase letters and the Cyrillic alphabet. Also to be found in Scripture, various ligatures (including unusual as EI but also long and round s The download contains in addition to the normal font and the shadow of a detailed occupancy table.