Old Typewriter Font ID requests

G W's picture

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Thanks in advance!

antofa's picture

Sample #2: 1942 Report looks thinner but the imperfections in some letters (B, E, I, M and S) appear to be identical. They might have added a stroke to give it a bolder look.

quadibloc's picture

Those dates are in the future, so that is a negotiable admission ticket for a musical performance.

antofa's picture

The first sample is from the poster announcing the return of Big Audio Dynamite and I think the second one is something related to the same tour.

G W's picture

antofa,

Thanks for 1942 Report.

Also, both samples are from the updated poster.

G W's picture

Any guesses on Sample #1?

riccard0's picture

Sample #2: 1942 Report looks thinner

There is a bold version:
http://simplythebest.net/fonts/fonts/1942_report.html

antofa's picture

Riccardo: the “1942 Report” file downloadable at Simply The Best contains only the regular weight. That site shows always bold, italic and italic+bold versions of every typeface, even when only the regular weight is available. The extra weights shown are just fake à la Microsoft Word.

riccard0's picture

Ops. ;-)

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