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Need help with font on the cover of novel “Malma station”

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Måns Berg

Hello,

 

I have failed to identify the font used on the cover of the Swedish novel Malma station by Alex Schulman. My best guess is URW Geometric, but the oblique style seems to have an M where the midpoint touches the baseline – unlike the upright style. It might of course be two different typefaces, though that would surprise me.

 

Do you have any idea? Thanks in advace!

malma-station-fontid1.jpg

malma-station-fontid2.jpg

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MissNobody

It think the 'ALEX SCHULMAN' really looks like Century Gothic Paneuropean (bold). The 'M' seems to be from somewhere else. As for the B/W text. Notice the 'a' in 'Malma station' and then everywhere else. Also the 'familjehemligheter' contains diamond dot over 'i' and also circular dot, but that might be just a quality artifact. There's definitely some mixing going on. Definitely at least two typefaces.

 

Edit: The 'S' in 'STATION' and 'SCHULMAN' is a bit different as well.

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