(x) cake tin typeface - probably handlettered, various alternatives {Yves, Jacob, Riccardo, Mike Y}

rogergoldberg's picture

Hi,
can anyone identify the typeface that the word "cake" is written in?
thanks
-roger

Bald Condensed's picture

It is very unlikely this is a typeface or has an equivalent as a digital font. Letters stamped in metal usually are especially made for the stamping machines.

rogergoldberg's picture

do you know of any typeface that looks like this that is available digitally?
Thanks,
roger

jacobsievers's picture

wow - could that be the original inspiration for Chicago? ;)

Strabismus's picture

@Jacob LOL. Chicago has always been the tacky tongue-in-cheek font IMNSHO.

riccard0's picture

A squared Peignot. Also look at the order of thick-thin strokes of that A.
It reminds me of this:
http://www.typophile.com/node/64017

riccard0's picture

A little rounder, but similar in construction:
http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/agfa/atbritannia-bold/

bowfinpw's picture

How about Radiant? It seems like a Deco style to me.

- Mike Yanega

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