Bold handsome sans with interesting G used by Hermes

Sammy6000's picture

If anyone could help I would be most appreciative!

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Ryuk's picture

Thanks to a better sample, I'd say, except for the /M, it's FF Eureka Mono Condensed Bold. It's even confirmed by this PDF (page 32/33) but I can't figure out where this /M comes from... Reminds me, also by Peter Bil'ak, Fedra Mono and Fedra Sans Condensed/Alternate.

Sammy6000's picture

Thank you very much for the help!!

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