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Liquor Store Neon Sign

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moneymakeshift

Hey guys,

this seems to be a pretty common sign around Atlanta, GA. I actually have a neon sign maker friend and he said he thinks it was a font developed to create high visibility while staying within height and width parameters set but the city for alcohol sales signage, but he did not know if it had a name or a full alphabet. But there does seem to be an italics variation. Any help is much appreciated. 

 

Thanks, J

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Ralf Herrmann

 

On 12/11/2016 at 5:38 PM, moneymakeshift said:

… high visibility while staying within height and width parameters set but the city for alcohol sales signage

Interesting story, if true! :happy:

I doubt we will find a font they used though. A digital computer font wouldn’t be much help to create these signs and so I doubt they exist. But maybe some designer will or has created a font like this inspired by those sign. That’s more likely. 

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