stamped serif font

littlejen74's picture

Can anyone help with identifying the font used in this stamp please? I'm not sure if the distressed look is inherent to the font design or an effect of stamping. On the same note, I'm not sure whether the character alignment is irregular or whether the letters have been stamped individually.
Any help is very much appreciated.


oldnick's picture

The style is generally called De Vinne, and was used in inexpensive rubber-stamp kits in the 1900s. Unfortunately, the /n doesn't match...

Ryuk's picture

Agree with Nick. Definitely DeVinne. For the /n issue, may it's a 180° rotated /u.
More alternatives (some including a roughen effect): Hand Stamped JNL, Publication JNL, Charter Stamp HF

littlejen74's picture

Thanks for all you help guys. That will do nicely!

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