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Can anyone identify this typeface adn where one might purchase it from?
Looks like a heavier Aggie.
Thank you Ignacio. Aggie was the closest we've found here too, but the R is significantly different and the client is going to be using it heavily so we can't swap it out Thanks for the tipoff Yves - the site is still down but Myfonts had about 40 of Ray's old LarabieFonts styles. No match there yet though.
I think Ignacio was right, David -- I can't spot any differences in the underlying letterforms between the sample and Aggie (the R looks identical to me, and look at that distinctive lowercase f, which is also identical). It looks to me like someone took Aggie and added a stroke or used Fontographer to make a faux-bold. The 'i', 'j' and 's' especially bear the scars of indiscriminate stroke-widening.
Then I guess I'm going to go on a deleting spree through the studio's font folders as I think this is classified as a dodgy ripoff font! Many thanks to all!
Isn't that some freeware car brand font? Lemmecheck ...
Nope, and I can't check Ray Larabie's nor Typodermic as they appear to have disappeared. Weird ...
Dang, it looks familiar tho. Made me think of Mark Simonson's (far superior) Changeling.