SEAFARE is a jolly 19th-century style font. It’s bold and decorative with a hint of sea waves was inspired by the hand-lettered titles of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1949 costume drama Under Capricorn, art directed by Thomas N. Morahan. Available in solid, outline and beaded varieties which can be layered as in the image on this page.
Includes caps, numbers, punctuation and international characters
After creating the font, I found these examples of a similar but sloped font in Rob Roy Kelly’s “American Wood Type 1828-1900.” You could create this effect with Seafare, if desired.