slab serif

Hi! I've been searching for about an hour to find this typeface, and with no luck. It comes very close to typefaces like Adelle, but not quite right. The serif on the C, G, and S are circular instead of slabbed, which throws the trail off. The best example of it that I found is off of the Awesome Blackpool Web Design site. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance :]
-Valerie

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Skinny Wide Slab

I've been seeing this around and would like to finally know what it's called. What the Font came up with a couple close ones, but no exact matches I don't think.

Thanks

(sorry for the small sample)

Here are samples of Greater Albion Typefounders' latest two releases, which have just launched on myfonts.com and fontspring.com.

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Nice slab serif

I love this slab serif. Can anyone ID it?

looks like a split-wood, splintery version of something like Playbill or PT Barnum

FF Suhmo
FF Suhmo is inspired by classic Egyptian and typewriter fonts such as Courier and American Typewriter, which feature headline and text use. This impressive duality was a guideline for the concept of Alex Rütten.

Can anyone identify this one? It's a slab serif with a single story a. Looks a lot like Rockwell except for a few things. The only sample I have is this lo-res business card scan :\

Hi there,

I realise this is probably an easy one for some but I'd love some help I.D'ing the attached font.

It can also be viewed at http://door121.com/

Cheers

Howdy,
First post here. Looks like a great community. I came across this awesome slab serif and fell in love with the 'S'. I searched through 29 pages of MyFont slab serif faces & didn't see one like this. It's quite possible that I missed it.

Can anyone ID this type?
Thanks!

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Slab serif

Hi.

Does anyone know this slab?

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Can anyone help ID this slab serif? It is similar to Vigor DT Black, but not quite the same. Any ideas?

It's from James Goggin's entry in 'Fifty Designers Current Favourite Typefaces' - Any ideas?

Hi everyone,

I'm a newbie to this forum. Can anyone help me identify the open, slab serif extended face used in these initials and numerals?

Thanks so much.

Carey

I'm trying to identify a font with a slab serif.

I've looked at ITC Lubalin Graph, Rockwell, Karnak Pro and Museo. I thought I was very close with Museo but the uppercase A has a serif at the top that points to the right and the lowercase "a" is shaped differently. I also checked the alternate characters on these fonts and there are not characters that match this font.

Any thoughts on what the name of this font is?

Thank you,

Dear slab-serif loving peoples of Typophile: What are your favorite slabs? Obscure or traditional; which ones out there do you use, or feel are unique?

Hello- I need to use this font for a project, could anyone tell me what it is?

I wanted to post this for feedback before starting on the numerals and (possibly) a lowercase alphabet. It was somewhat difficult to balance a) blackness, b) extendedness, and c) a reversed stress, and some letterforms that might otherwise have shared a quasi-analogous construction, such as the X and Y, here do not.

I'm going for a more fun, ultra-black vibe than anything mannered or historically reverent.

Wondering what the slab serif face that is used for the word "money"

Thanks!

Can anyone identify this font. I am wanting to use it for a project but am striking out trying to find a match.

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No-name slab

Hi all. I would appreciate your opinions on this typeface under construction. I want to create a monoline slab serif with a "DIN" feel to it, and to also be readable at text sizes. I have only given the letter spacing a cursory adjusting, so go easy there. But in the end I do see this having generous "air" between everything. Thanks.

I'd like to recreate this look, but is there an existing thin slab I can start with?
Thanks!

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