What does KFM mean in German?
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What does KFM mean?
- Kaufmann is the name of a brush script typeface drawn in 1936 by Max R. Kaufmann for the American Type Founders. The stroke weight is monotone. Uppercase characters are freely drawn, while lowercase are more regular in height and width, recalling cursive handwriting. Lowercase characters are close fitting, effecting the look of a connecting script. The d is looped. The fluid forms of both the upper- and lowercases, combined with an even weight of stroke, have made Kaufmann popular in neon sign fabrication.