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Here it is.
A lot of the Baskervilles are close but none are quite it.
p.s. — is it just me or could the first 'a' move a hair to the right…
If you mean this logo I believe it is Baskerville Old Face
I can't find any proof, but for some reason I think the Canadian Gov'mnt commissioned its own font for the logo. I remember (way back when) thinking how cool it was that a government would think about graphical things.
Baskerville Old Face is definitly close, but the inside of the "a" is not an exact match...
May be they employed a commission to change "a's"!!!
Coimbra | Portugal
cute logo, Chad.
Here's some more explanations by Canadian Typophile Grant Hutchinson.
Cool stuff Yves, and Jorgé you're right it's just a bit different - there's the 'a' and the ear on the 'n' in the logo is a bit rounder on the right.
Thanks Patty, I keep meaning to clean it up a bit - I was totally into ambigrams after reading Angels&Demons, for a few months. :)
I remember (way back when) thinking how cool it was that a government would think about graphical things.
You might than enjoy this: http://www.brandhk.gov.hk/brandhk/eindex.htm
With an appreciable PDF file to download