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  4. Scoundrel

    Initial Letter NS Logo Template

    Thank you very much - i'll go and have a look at these suggestions.
  5. Greg Yerbury

    Initial Letter NS Logo Template

    I reminded of fit by David Jonathan Ross.
  6. Riccardo Sartori

    Initial Letter NS Logo Template

    Similar: Dimensions, Blackout, and Angie’s New House.
  7. A custom version of Courier called Courier Maccarone.
  8. Hi, I'm trying to find a similar font to this logo that I found on pngtree.com - NS Font. I'm looking to design a t-shirt and intend to use the similar font as my logo font. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks S
  9. Can someone identify the font used in this photo? I created it using tailor brands years ago but unfortunately cant find it now on their site.. please help.
  10. Using the alternate, low-waisted |A|: download at MyFonts
  11. For the album cover for Los Hacheros’s 2012 album, Pilon, the bands title on the cover uses a font I would love to know what is being used? It’s a 3D but it’s the internal 2D chacrater shapes I really like. Does anyone recognize this font? I’ve attached the image for reference. Thanks in advance. Davey
  12. Thank you very much! Yes, I see that Garamond has the right italic 'h' and 'y'. I was not aware that Garamond came without the crossover on the capital 'W', but I see now that it in some versions it does. Thank you for the observation on weight, ink, and paper. That makes absolute sense. What a shame it is hard to replicate digitally. Thanks again! Roger
  13. I agree on the design completely; would never use it myself - thank you for the font, though! This will work perfectly with a little editing 😉
  14. Looking at the slightly larger, thus clearer, type on the TOC, it could be a pre-digital cut of Garamond. As for the weight, the softness and relative darkness of the letters is due to the printing process, so it would be hard to find a digital equivalent.
  15. Not a great amount of detail visible in your sample. Sabon is similar.
  16. Ralf Herrmann

    Freda Sack, 1951–2019

    The British type designer Freda Sack died yesterday in early hours of the morning. Her longtime partner David Quay informed us today by mail: “Freda departed from the world.She went to sleep listening to her favourite music and died in her sleep—the perfect way to go. Picture: © Jason Wen
  17. Dear TG Forum, I am looking to identify the font and weight used in this book: T Aston (ed.), The History of the University of Oxford, vol. 1, 1984. I have included a screenshot showing the main body text and some some italics in the footnotes in the hope that helps. The book is available on Google Books here: https://books.google.co.uk/books?redir_esc=y&id=AkJO3TAxMtwC&q=etampes#v=onepage&q&f=false I am interested in acquiring a digital version of this font, or one that is very similar. Free would be nice, but I am happy to purchase a commercial one. All thoughts and guidance very much appreciated – thank you! All best wishes, Roger
  18. link the source > http://www.lovethispic.com/image/239598/have-a-happy-valentines-day i need this font help me please. (:
  19. There might be a historic original if it’s really that old, but that’s the same design: https://www.dafont.com/electrofied.font?text=HARPER%2FHUDDLESTON It’s just extremely squished, which looks terrible by the way.
  20. My client had this logo created over 50 years ago and this is the only file that they have. If anyone can help me identify the text at the base of the font, that would be greatly appreciated. Or, at the very least, a comparable one that I can edit in vector to recreate. Thank you! HH red logo.pdf
  21. Ralf Herrmann

    answered Llama font identification

    Enchanting Celebrations: https://www.dafont.com/enchanting-celebrations.font?text=llama&psize=l
  22. Riccardo Sartori

    searchin for road signs font

    I’m afraid you will need to ask the software vendor, and even then, I’m not sure such fonts exist: it’s likely that they are in some CAD or even proprietary format, not the .ttf or .otf that can be handled by CorelDraw. A bit more information on the typefaces in question:
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