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I really want to use this font. Took the picture at a train station in Florence, Italy - it's probably a standard issue. Could anyone tell me what it might be called?
Hello, can anybody help ID these 2 fonts please?
I found a font called "Blessed Day" that looks like the Black Scale font, but it's not the same.
And for the "D M N D", the closest I found was Roman Engraved.
Any help will be appreciated. Thank you :)
Anyone know what the script font is in the word Cartwheel?
Please help me with identifying this font. It looks like a mixture of a few different, but i am unable to narrow it down to one.
I am trying to identify these beautiful fonts, particularly the handwritten style used for the name on these address examples. Any ideas?
I have seen this font (digits and math symbols only?) in a number of places having to do with Japanese abacus and mental arithmetic practice.
If you google "flash anzan" (that is, a rather intense form of mental arithmetic practice), you will likely see this font used for the numbers.
I chose this for my sample because it contains all ten digits. The character that looks like a solidus is really the digit 1 (one). I believe that commas, decimal points, and symbols for basic arithmetic exist for this font, but as far as I know, it contains no characters beyond this.
Hi, I'm doing a project on this exhibition but can't figured out the typeface(s) used.
I want to use this font on my wedding invites. It reminds me of Lobster but I don't believe it is.
Hallo! I'd really appreciate any help in identifying the font on this poster. Thanks!
Please tell me what font this is
need help identifying the letters in this logo..any experts that can help me out?? or find anything close?
thanks so much!!
I was wondering if anyone can identify this Rounded Grunge font?
I am needing to place a logo for a local racing track and they sent me a smaller .png of the file and said thats all they have. I can re-illustrate it but I don't have the fonts used and am having a hard time finding them. I would like to know both fonts used. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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Dear All (again!),
I'm looking for suggestions of popular US fonts circa 1948...and also an ID please of the attached font or similar!
Really appreciate your thoughts!
I've been trying to hunt for this font for days with no luck. Does anyone know what this font is?
I have a big assignment for school and I've decided to display my work in a fake magazine (I don't know if it makes any sense). I've chosen to take CLASH magazine as an inspiration for page settings but I have some trouble identifying the fonts they use and I'd really like to use the same since I think they look very good.
I'm posting a few pages, if you know the name of any font on it, please tell me (I don't care about the logo, though)
Sorry, I guess most of them must be quite obvious, but I don't know a lot about fonts.
I'm trying to make a desktop background with this font. It looks so familiar, but I can't seem to recall the name of it. I tried using similar fonts, but it just doesn't look right. Any and all help is greatly appreciated.
I'm sure this is an obvious one but, haven't been able to come up with it. Thanks for any help.
Looking for help from the font whizzes here! I work for author Susan Mallery, and I want to create ads using the same font (or something very similar) as the script font that is used on some of her book covers. Here is the title of her next book, A Fool's Gold Christmas, in the font. The same font (I believe) is used on the covers of her books Already Home and Barefoot Season, if you need to see other letters. Any ideas?
Please help me ID this font. Please see attached.
I hope someone know this font and let me know its name.
Many thanks in advance
Please help me ID this font. I have used all the online tools, and consulted some designers but they have been unable to help. Can you?
It would be greatly appreciated if someone would put me out of my misery and id the condensed sans in this logo.
My thanks in advance,