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I am trying to identify several fonts but hitting a brick wall.

Can anyone help me identify these fonts please?




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Yeah...I have tried, and I also have the app "Font Genius" but the results are not very encouraging. Something or many things are off! I think UPIAV us Zurich, but not exactly! And I think is Frutiger, but again, not exactly. – Ali Samii Mar 12 '13 at 9:10
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afe - Neuropol X (a and e have been modified and by the way this was identified with WhatTheFont) - Frutiger Bold

electrosuisse and UPIAV (both) - TheSans Plain

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My only hesitation is Neuropol X for age, as the f also seems modified, so I think this may be yet another font. But otherwise, the rest seem to be exact! – Ali Samii Mar 12 '13 at 9:32
To me, f looks like a precise match to Neuropol X Exp... Maybe with an added stroke to make the weight slightly bolder. – Const Mar 12 '13 at 9:36
I have added a new image above showing Neuropol X isn't quite the same. If you look at the slope of the curve of the F, you will see what I mean. There are too many differences between Neuropol X and the logo font...although it could all be manual modifications, but I somehow doubt it. – Ali Samii Mar 12 '13 at 9:54
Hmm, are we talking about the same typeface? The link I've provided leads to MyFonts where the font previews look exactly like afe's logo but completely different to what you've just added. – Const Mar 12 '13 at 9:59
Just deleted the reference to Eurostile in afe because the larger version of the logo shows it's not correct – Const Mar 12 '13 at 10:22

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