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Font ID (Should be easy!)

Started by Dave Hughes, August 07, 2008, 04:18:09 PM

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Dave Hughes

I've been preparing some type that I rescued from Pindar Graphics some time ago.

I've made up this 3A4a font of a 48pt. type, however, the cases were not clearly marked, and I'm not sure what font it is!

Any help much appreciated.

If anyone would like to make an offer for the font, please post here also (because of the weight posting only practical to the UK).

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Peter

The font is  'Gill Sans-serif Bold'  but there are a couple of odd characters in it. The correct  M  is the one with vertical sides, as in the H, the one with splayed sides doesn't belong to the font.  Also the  Q  is the wrong one.

Peter

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