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What's this? ...something Avant Garde-esque

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AndersForsberg

So yeah, I'm at a loss...

I'm trying to recreate an older (80's) instruction manual for a watch I own.
Purely for personal use, by the way. Would it have been available through Ebay (or such), I would have much rather gone down that route.

Anyway...
As you can see in my attached pic, the original is to the right and my 'test' is to the left.
It seems that the 'ascenders' (is that the English term for it?) are taller in the original, and the letters are less closed than in my Avant Garde-example.
Among a couple of other, smaller, differences.

Anyone have any idea?

 

Thanks in advance!
 

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AndersForsberg

Damn, that was fast! :happy:
...but yeah, I did get it after looking around a bit more.

Can't believe I didn't get this sooner. I was just so 'set' on it being Avant Garde, that I couldn't see anything else.
After doing the post here I did decide to look some more and tried Century Gothic and Futura (which is right).

Thanks a lot for helping, though!

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