Can you identify this type please?

A-type's picture

Please see attachment. Thank you

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defiantone's picture

Auto 1 or Auto 2 (difference?)

-edit: Auto 2 as it seems to have the appropriate serifs.

fvilanakis's picture

It must be Auto 2 (Regular/Italic) from Underware, 2004

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I found it using Find my Font - http://www.findmyfont.com

hrant's picture

It's Auto 1 and/or Auto 2.

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I found it by reading the previous post(s).

hhp

A-type's picture

Thank you!

A-type's picture

I have one more for you guys if you're interested, please see attached.

defiantone's picture

Whitman doesn't look too far off.

(that's not it, but may work for you depending on what you need)

A-type's picture

You guys are quick.

A-type's picture

Alright, you guys were on it yesterday. I am trying to use my own judgement or programs when I can but sometimes I just can't seem to match, so I have this guy today, sorry about the small size, again, appreciate it.

defiantone's picture

wow. such a small image I can only try to guess at some things and let you go from there..

Bliss
Fresco Sans
Corinthian

hrant's picture

The high-quality screen rendering should nicely narrow it down to the handful of sources that can produce such work...

hhp

gargoyle's picture

The text in the sample is from http://work.lisidesign.com/ which uses the webfont Anisette Petite SC:

http://typekit.com/fonts/anisette-std-petite-sc

defiantone's picture

so, if you know the font, dare i ask why you're asking?
...confused.

edit: derp. nevermind.... i forgot who started the thread!! time for a nap.

A-type's picture

gargoyle, you're correct, thanks. I'm doing research for a website design of a friend. Thanks again guys.

hrant's picture

Actually that screen grab seems to have been showing a "lucky size" for Anisette Petite SC; when I go to the site and zoom in/out, it mostly looks pretty horrible... :-/ So, "A-type", be careful about using it.

hhp

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