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    Looks like it might be a modified Bookman.
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  • what font is this?

    Hi All,

    I am having some problems matching this font. I have tried bothwww.whatthefont.com and www.identifont.com with no luck really. They suggested Kaufmann, and Swing, but it is onlt based on the T and O because it couldn't seperate the rest of the letters. They are pretty close, but the h's and l's are off- missing the loop on the ascenders. Any suggestions?
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    redraw it in Illy? shouldnt take more then 10 minutes
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    • #3
      We need it in more than just the words The Original or else I woul have. :P
      We so need a better file system for all this old art that we have to re-create.

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      • #4
        Before i read your post I was going to suggest Kaufmann - the letters are so close that i think it is probably a knockoff.

        This site has aka font names
        http://www.fontinfo.net/Font_Analog.html

        it suggests - Swing Bold; Tropez - as alternatives.
        (it's not swing. - maybe try and find tropez)
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        • #5
          hmmm, I can't seem to find anything that is called tropez.

          That's about all i can find, and it sure isnt close lol
          http://www.tintdude.com/forum/lofive...hp/t23309.html

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          • #6
            Can you use any other font?
            I too thought Kaufman at first. Looks like maybe a tweak on that really.

            Maybe try www.fontdiner.com and look at some old Script ones, I don't think any are that close but Refrshment Stand is a close look.
            House Industries have a few that might be clsoe as well.
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            • #7
              Identify the Font

              There is a website I use to identify fonts and I have never had a problem -it always works for me. It is: http://www.identifont.com/. They ask questions about the letters you are viewing in your sample.

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