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saeglopur's picture

Which font is this?

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donshottype's picture

Don't recognize it off hand. Also can't say if this is modern logo making or from an old printed text. Depending on the date of your sample it could be a digital or photolettering font. Looks sort of like a simplified "Old English" -- with a Roman upper case with a textura lower case. Old English dates back to about 1760 when it was called Caslon Black. The closest I have seen to your image is an alphabet for house letters


http://www.accurateimageinc.com/Plastics/F_OldEnglishSet.aspx
also
http://www.accurateimageinc.com/Cut%20Metals/CutOldEnglish.aspx
Not available as a digital font.
The closest digital I found is New Old English http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/k-type/new-old-english/
If you are lucky another font detective may be able to find a match, or at least something closer.
Don

donshottype's picture

Somewhat fussy compared to the image, but still a possible substitute, Blackmoor http://www.myfonts.com/search/blackmoor/fonts/
Don

saeglopur's picture

Thank you!

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