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I'm fascinated by the numeral 4 in this publication, but I can't identify what the typeface is. I've checked the usual suspects, but unless there's some kind of opentype alternate glyphs hiding in some variant of Trade or the like, I've no idea what it is. It's the face 14 and 58 are set in here (rather fond of the 8 too). There are more pictures of the whole thing here: http://qus-qus.com/projects/28/orekhprom