(x) Victorian era multi-face typography on menu - various {gang}

chris.peters's picture

Hi

Can anyone help me identify the typefaces used on this old style menu.

I think for example that the fresh fish line is the typeface Vinera
but not sure where to start with the rest.

Can anyone help? thanks in advance

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malbright's picture

Emigre's Brothers and Council
"Grill" HFJ's Saracen — nope, make that Latin Wide
"Homards Vivants" Sackers Roman

Ken Messenger's picture

GRILLADES - Brothers
FRUITS DE MER - Council

BRUNCH DU DIMANCHE - Zebrawood Fill

sandrosandro's picture

sunday brunch is zebrawood.
grill is wide latin http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/castletype/latin-wide-ct/

Ken Messenger's picture

LIVE LOBSTER - Engravers
POISSONS FRAIS - Vineta
ALBERTA ANGUS BEEF - Eurostile Demi

Mark Simonson's picture

FRESH FISH is an old font called Gold Rush. Vineta is similar but not a match. I haven't found a digital version.

The small sans serif is Eurostile.

Stephen Coles's picture

This is one of the nicer examples of Victorian era multi-face typography I've seen.

brett jordan's picture

Yes. Very, very nicely done.

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