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I have been trying to identify this glyphic display typeface for years. I believe it is a venerable and well-used type - I might have seen it used in a decades-old National Geographic. Nonetheless I haven't been able to pin it down. It may be a condensed type. Note the 'bowtie' crossbar on the capital 'T'. It's not Albertus, not Baker Signet, not Fritz Quadrata. The example here is taken from current sponsor credits for a PBS program. Help, Help.