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zenvelo's avatar

It is very close to Brittannic Bold: although there are small differences.

Jeruba's avatar

Those square, weighted O’s are distinctive. I have about 500 fonts to scroll through, so we’ll see.

@zenvelo, look at the l.c. t’s. I don’t think it’s that close.

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To check the t and s and o.

gorillapaws's avatar

I ran it through Font Squirrel’s font identifier tool, and it came up with Crossharbour regular, and Coliseum normal. Neither are a perfect match though.

Jeruba's avatar

Sorry, I went through my entire list and didn’t find it. The l.c. e is also distinctive. No match, I’m afraid.

ragingloli's avatar

Well, it was a physical text on a building’s facade. Very old, too. So it might have been a one-off thing.

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