Typewriter font

ThomasB's picture

Hi!

Can anyone ID this font?

Thanks!

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donshottype's picture

Monospace.
Something new, I note the reference to 2012.
If this is a screen play the usual rule is that it must be written in courier 12 point, a monospaced font where the consistant character spacing means one page approximately equals one minute of screen time. Recently screen plays are also accepted in Courier Prime and Courier Final Draft. But none match your sample.
I did not find a full match from any type writer fonts -- also monospaced -- via Identifont & Myfonts, although some were close. Probably your font(s) could be found by going though the foundries that are not included there. Not at H&FJ. Some key points for comparison are the ear and lower bowl on g, 3, 2, j, a, & italic x.
Identification goes to someone who perseveres in the search.
Don

donshottype's picture

Finally found a match for the italic!
It's Lacrima Italic.
The regular is almost generic and any of several typewriter faces could be substituted without too much notice.
Don

Jens Kutilek's picture

I think it’s Pitch by Kris Sowersby.

donshottype's picture

The scale of the specimen image is small so the italic could fit either Lacrima Italic or Pitch.
Since the Pitch regular also fits, I defer to Jens and now say that the italic is probably also Pitch.
Don

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