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Font ID (founder's type)

Started by fatsean, January 14, 2007, 08:53:50 PM

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fatsean

I have no idea as to the name of this font and would appreciate any suggestions.   The pinmark shows BB&S, Chicago.   Thank you.



fatsean

PS - The lower case letters c, f, g, and r, are very distinctive.   Thanks again.

AJT

As far as I can see it is a typeface called Lightface Runic, but I need to see the lower case a's and also the figure 4


SwissTypesetter

there's a 4 in the upper righthand corner ... just not as clean as the others  ;)
can you spot it?

Dave Hughes

Found this example of Monotype Runic on the web:



Looks quite similar to me (although a condesed version).
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SwissTypesetter

fatsean,
would you by any chance have a pic of the entire set?
AJT thinks it might be close - but he wants to be sure!

Regards, Andy

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