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Font on mid-1980s DEC convention t-shirt

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larsbrinkhoff

Hello,
I'm looking to recreate a t-shirt that was made for some DEC/Digital computer convention or similar in the mid-1980s, and I would ideally use the same font.  It was supposedly made by Doug Humphrey of the DIGEX company.  Here is the source of the picture:

https://forums.grc.com/threads/pc-javascript-machines-featuring-grcs-flicker-free-1-0.257/#post-2128

There is another photo with a blue background here: http://www.priups.com/riklblog/jun19/190609-roundup.htm

Dec-20 back.jpg

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larsbrinkhoff
7 minutes ago, Riccardo Sartori said:

Chin Century/Printout. No known digitisations.

Thank you very much!  If I draw these shapes in Inkscape, is there a way that could be useful as a font?

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