Late 19th century medal clasp punched font

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Rosewood Std
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Matthew Holland's picture

I have been asked to make a copy of this clasp. Before I draw up all the text, I wondered if there was a regular font close to it. It's a little like a clarendon but with squarish serifs and a different leg on the R.
anybody know?
Thanks very much,
Matt.

bojev's picture

Clarenden Bold looks good - maybe the R from CAM by You Work For Them

http://www.youworkforthem.com/font/T0005/ywft-cam

fvilanakis's picture

You may also consider Rosewood or a manually compressed Lino Letter (Bold) (a bit more square serifs?) but Clarendon is probably closer to the general style of your sample.

Matthew Holland's picture

Thank you for your help!
Best regards
Matthew.

donshottype's picture

Not a lot of detail so lots of room for error.
But I believe I see a the remnants of square serifs rather than the cove used in Clarendon. This means that the designer would have based the design on a font style then called Antique -- which we now call Egyptian. To recreate I could perhaps go with a modified Lino Letter Bold compressed to 80% with an adjustment to make the leg on R more vertical. Hope this is of some help.
Don

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