Sans Serif font. Quite tall and slim.

francis_abtik's picture

It looks familiar but I can't really identify it. Please help me on this one as well. Thank you.

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kthomps5's picture

Your sample is too blurry to make a positive ID. A likely candidate is Helvetica Condensed:
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/adobe/helvetica/

francis_abtik's picture

Thank you very much. It does look very close but I saw some slight differences. Anyway, I don't have to be exact and I think Helvetica Condensed will do. I was recreating this logo and even the owner doesn't know which fonts he used. This was originally small so it became pixelated when I enlarged it for "what the font" (which did not produce good results). Will it help if I post the smaller one?

Thank you again! I really appreciate the help :)

Ryuk's picture

All-in! My money on Univers Condensed!

kthomps5's picture

Ryuk, I don't see a diagonal terminal on the top of the "t" on the sample, but then again I don't see much detail on the sample at all. That's why I went with Helvetica.

Ryuk's picture

No stress, Kevin :) Never said you're wrong.
That's too blurry for me either that's why it's Poker time! Sometimes you win, sometimes you loose! All-in again for Univers :D

francis_abtik's picture

Thank you. A staff on What the Font told me it's Univers Condensed. But they really look similar with Helvetica in their condensed form.

kthomps5's picture

Even with blurred details, the x-height should have been my clue:

Ryuk's picture

This time I win, Kevin ;D Glad my hunch was not so hazardous.

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