Does anyone recognise this typeface?

a_gray's picture

Hi everyone, does anyone recognise this typeface? Used by an English department store circa 1900 - 1950. At first glance I thought it was good ol' Franklin Gothic, but the T, E are noticeably wider. Many thanks for your time.

Bert Vanderveen's picture

It's not a typeface, it is lettering. Based on the style of a sans of the period.
(Typeface = means of reproducing text).

Ryuk's picture

Engravers Gothic (Bold) could be a fair alternative.
Same vein: Sackers Gothic, Sweet Sans (may be too much "clean")

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