Buffet Script Open-type Script Font - 2 Mb
"Buffet Script" is based on fantastic calligraphy by Alf Becker, arguably the greatest American sign lettering artist of all time.
The series of nameless alphabets created by Becker and published by Sign of the Times magazine in 1941 have attracted typeface digitizers for years. It's a wonder that several of these alphabets are still undigitized.
It's also understandable that the basis for "Buffet Script" was not attempted in digital form until now. The page presenting the original Becker alphabet shows a jumble of letters running into each other, swashes intertwined. There is a massive amount of work involved in digitizing such lettering and scanning is not an option. If anyone was going to attempt this particular alphabet, it would have to be redrawn stroke by stroke, and curve by curve.