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oldnick's picture

It might simply be a book-to-medium weight of Helvetica with a rounded stroke added. The /fo/ ligature is almost certainly custom (and poorly done)…

riccard0's picture

It might simply be a book-to-medium weight of Helvetica with a rounded stroke added.

Thus, similar:
http://www.dafont.com/alte-haas-grotesk.font?text=Wolford

Bert Vanderveen's picture

The rounding could be caused by bad reproduction…

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