Unidentified entries at Fonts In Use

Stephen Coles's picture

Calling all IDers! We are now tagging the entries at Fonts In Use that lack a positive typeface ID. If you know any of these, I would most grateful for your help. Post comments on the site or replies here. Thanks, pals!

akira1975's picture

I posted a comment on this:

The serif looks like Publico.

The logo reminds me of Glaser Stencil. Some of the letters are similar.

Ryuk's picture

Lieutenant Pigeon – Mouldy Old Dough

Lieutenant Pigeon: very close to Aeronaut so may be (quoted from MF description) "Kirchengotische Schrift, a font that can be found in a German font book from 1879 entitled Vorlegeblätter für Firmenschreiber."
MOULDY OLD DOUGH: a gothic concave tuscan should do the job from Concave Tuscan (Shade version unshaded would probably the closest I have), Gothic Tuscan, Minnesota, Mansard

Renko's picture


The western font looks like (or shares characteristics of) a non-condensed version of HFF Young Wanna which was derived from Juanita on page 50 of the Solotype catalogue »Condensed Alphabets: 100 Complete Fonts« or
page 37 of »The Solotype Catalog of 4,147 Display Typefaces«.

Don’t know if the SoloType fonts are non-condensed, though.

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