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F37 Beckett Family

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F37 Beckett Font Sampler

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Thin
80pt
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F37 Beckett pays homage to the British Ministry of Transport’s 1933 alphabet. This somewhat idiosyncratic font was used on what are now called ‘pre-Worboys’ road signs.
Alphabet
Light
160pt
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Regular
130pt
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Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.
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Demi
70pt
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[bek-it] noun. 1. an Old English name meaning beehive. It comes from words beo cot meaning “bee cottage”.
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ExtraBold
220pt
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Punctuation (Text)
Black
60pt
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Latin
Bold
80pt
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Extras
90pt
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Weight
Bold
Size
76pt
Leading
86pt
Tracking
-10
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The British Ministry of Transport’s 1933 alphabet.

The Worboys Committee was formed by the British government in July 1963 to review signage on all British roads. This was in response to two articles published in 1961 by graphic designer Herbert Spencer, illustrating the shortcomings of non-motorway British road signs. The committee was chaired by Sir Walter Worboys of ICI. T. G. Usborne of the Ministry of Transport had charge of proceedings, and Jock Kinneir and his assistant (and later business partner) Margaret Calvert were commissioned as designers.