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Mt. Whitney Summit Sign

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Ralf Herrmann

Would similar ones suffice? At that time, fonts were metal type made for printing on a surface like paper. That sign wasn’t printed though and didn’t use what we consider a font today. 

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I can definitely make use of the suggested fonts.  Thank you for responding so promptly and for the background information on how that sign was made!

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