Juke-Box is an all-lowercase typeface by Dutch designer Henk Jukkema. It was released by Letraset competitor Mecanorma in or before January 1971. A decade later, around 1982, the constructed design with the circular cookie-cutter counters and the smiling e provided the basis for the physical letters mounted on the shop front of Exotic, a pet shop in Brno, Czechia.
Unlike in the original rub-down alphabet, the proportions are less squat, the radius of the rounded terminals in t and i is smaller, and the apertures in x and c were opened up. The negative dot on i was probably closed initially, as in Jukkema’s design, but the top left part of the ring broke off eventually.