Created for cutting sandblast stencil, this alphabet saw most of its usage during the 1970s and 80s.
History & Designer
Created as a near duplication of the Spacerite Round Corner Gothic, SKS Ltd. designed its plastic version of the alphabet in 1968 to remove the step of memorial makers hand cutting stencil.
The only feature noticeable to the naked eye differentiating the SKS gothic from the Spacerite Round Corner Gothic is the rounded spur of ‘G’. The Spacerite ‘G’ contains a spur which is angled, and the inside of the SKS ‘G’ spur rounds outward towards its point.