block font

Gedung Sate Artdeco
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Gedung Sate Artdeco inspired from Ornament,Building
and architectural style of Gedung sate Building in Bandung,
West Java, Indonesia
its really great font for your band, company, label,
clothing company, vintage or classic stuff, etc
i give attractive offering for this promotional
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Available :
- Gedung Sate Artdeco (UPPERCASE,LowerCase,Numeric,Symbol,Punctuation characters)
- Gedung Sate Artdeco Shadow Basic (UPPERCASE,LowerCase,Numeric,Symbol,Punctuation characters)
- Gedung Sate Artdeco Slice Shadow (UPPERCASE,LowerCase,Numeric,Symbol,Punctuation characters)
- Gedung Sate Artdeco Shadow Basic stylic (UPPERCASE,LowerCase,Numeric,Symbol,Punctuation characters)

The Empire Wars was inspired from lettering on medieval age.
its really great font for your band, label,
clothing company, etc

i give attractive offering for this promotional
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Available : WITH 5 FONT

UPPERCASE With Ornament basic solid
UPPERCASE With Ornament Shadow
UPPERCASE With Ornament
UPPERCASE With Shadow
UPPERCASE basic font,
lowercase,
Numeric,
Punctuation characters
Multi language ( TTF and OTF )

FREE : poster Vector with border (ai,eps,cdr)

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THANKS
inumocca

Would like some help with figuring out what type style this is (POP GOES THE EASEL). Thanks in advance

I love this font, and its not one of the ones I see used regularly. It may just be a bold typeface or one of those Block fonts that are really popular right now. I have attached a screenshot of the font, and you can more of this font by following the link:
Thea Creative

from Michael Adkins...

Beginning in January, 1932, Becker, at the request of then-editor E. Thomas Kelly, supplied SIGNS of the Times magazine's new Art and Design section with an alphabet a month, a project predicted to last only two years. Misjuding the popularity of the "series," it instead ran for 27 years, ending finally two months before Becker's death in 1959, for a grand total of 320 alphabets, a nearly perfect, uninterrupted run. In late 1941, almost ten years after the first alphabet was published, 100 of those alphabets were compiled and published in bookform under the title, "100 Alphabets," by Alf R. Becker.

As published in June, 1937, this is the description that accompanied Becker's 66th alphabet, Neonline:

“NEONLINE BLOCK, alphabet No. 66 in Alf R. Becker’s SIGNS of the Times series, is a very bold, modern style for feature display lettering. Care should be taken in the laying out of this alphabet, and every letter should be made as bold as possible...”

the link...

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