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Washiki's picture

Could you tell me what this font is?

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donshottype's picture

The top stroke of the upper-case 'G' terminates without an upward pointing serif. The foot on the G has a small forward pointing spur/serif at the base.
The foot on the G has a fairly thin serif on the inward side, with brackets, i.e. Geralde or Venetian. This type of serif is found on fonts such as Garamond.
This Geralde serif is inconsistent with the small triangle serif on the outward side. So I see editing here.
I suggest that it is more likely that the designer cut the Geralde serif on the outside to a small triangle, rather than built up a Geralde serif on the inward side from a small triangle.
By this logic the other triangle serifs are also the result of cutting bracketed serifs.
There are several fonts with Geralde serifs that come close to the letter-forms. For example Birka by Franko Luin for Omnibus Typografi [1992]
http://www.identifont.com/find?font=birka&q=Go
Other candidates include a light weight Sabon style.
Don

donshottype's picture

However, we see many peculiar hybrid fonts, and it is possible that someone released a font with this mix of serifs.
Don

Washiki's picture

Don,thank you so much.It is really help.I refer to some fonts you mentioned!

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