Popular Electronics -- oldish slab

ivandurakov's picture

Any ideas?

Renko's picture

Hellenic Wide

EDIT: Ooops, Jan even linked faster …

nina's picture

So do you think it's stretched or something? Cause the proportions aren't the same (see "P").
Or is the sample pre-digital, so that nothing we find will be exactly identical?

Top: Original sample
Second: LoneStar
Third: Archive Antique Extended
Fourth: Hellenic Wide

Jan's picture

You could add 58 Rodeo and FF Zapata if you wanted.

bowfinpw's picture

Nina, your sample of Archive Antique Extended looks very close, except for the tracking.

Another candidate is the old FontBank "Hefty"

- Mike Yanega

nina's picture

Mike, agreed. One possible problem with Archive Antique Extended though
is that it looks like a "dirty" digitization; for instance, head serifs of "U" and "L"
don't line up.

Hefty is fun too. Ah, I enjoy this genre :)

Jan's picture

Ah, I enjoy this genre

Oh, do you really? :-)

nina's picture

Guess I'm getting predictable.  :->

Stephen Coles's picture

Nina, you're right. The reason its slightly different is probably because there were many metal and wood types in the genre and only some have been digitized.

ivandurakov's picture

Thanks all!

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