"- GET TO FRANCE -" font??

Tom_Tom94's picture

Require help identifying the font used in the attached publication.

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donshottype's picture

Any hope of a larger image of the words? Difficult to see the earmarks on G and R.
Don

Tom_Tom94's picture

Was only able to resize image. Hope this is of more use.

Mike F's picture

At first I thought this might be one of the several Bodoni italics without a serif on the bottom of the C. But then the upper part of that C makes me think that this is just a manually slanted roman - which could put this into the hundreds of Century-style fonts. Add to that the very different lower part of the two low-res G's. Yikes ... I'm afraid I give up, Tom.

tylor.reimer's picture

This looks a lot like Didot Italic to me. Or at least something quite similar.

Mike F's picture

Looks pretty good, Tylor.

donshottype's picture

I agree Tylor that a Didot Italic is probable, particularly since Didot is almost a French national champion in typefaces. No maudit anglais fonts like Times Roman for "get to France."
Don

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