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What font did LEGO use for their 1980 trains set numbers?

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In the 1980s, LEGO used a font similar to Helvetica for the set numbers on the building instructions. I've created a collage that contains all numbers from 0 to 9. Any help identifying this particular font would be much appreciated. Bonus points if a pointer is added to the corresponding font file. Thanks!


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