Jameson Whiskey label

byngo's picture

If anyone can help identify the fonts on this label I would appreciate it. I think the Irish Whiskey is a copperplate of some sort and maybe the 40% etc is Baskerville but the script and the Triple distilled… caps are beyond me.

Thanks

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Ryuk's picture

The one for "IRISH WHISKEY" is their own corporate typeface simply called "Jameson" and designed by Robert Stradling, Stradfonts.
Nameplate "JAMESON" is, as almost all (alcohol) woodmarks, a custom lettering. Some in the same vein: Modesto, Hensler 2, Chipping, Mexborough, Chipperly, Symbol, Agora

byngo's picture

thanks, any suggestions for the script and caps lettering?

Ryuk's picture

I think the caps lettering "TRIPLE DISTILLED..." is the same font "Jameson" but the light style (looks like I can see some tiny serifs). If I have to replace it, I would probably go with Benton Sans or Griffith Gothic, some Franklin Gothic with a vintage feeling.

byngo's picture

and the script lettering?

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