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The typefaces on the football shirts are most of the time custom made. Look at these for example: http://www.designboom.com/design/nike-world-cup-fonts-07-01-2014/


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You could play with Bebas a bit and get the effect you're looking for.


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It could be ugly-almost-Dharma, but actually it's definitely not a font, it is hand made. For the proof just look at capital 'S' and small 'e'. Based on other figures, these two should have big slabs, but they don't. Maybe it's a mix from one font family but different font styles, but I think it's hand made and there is no such font. For more proof - look at ...


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Here's a similar font https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/flat-it/dharma-slab/e-heavy-italic/ Hope this is close enough for your purposes - hope somebody finds closer!


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According to WhatTheFont!, it's Linotype News Gothic No. 2 Yours: Linotype In the future, check that site out. You upload a sample image and it IDs the font for you.


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Here are a few examples with very similar 7s, found them on dafont under the serif category. Pistilli Roman K22 Didoni Postamt Fette Chapaza


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TW are custom letters probably, and if yes - There are a lot of similar fonts, for example Copperplate Gothic -


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Could it be this Square SlabSerif or multiple others as City Pro BE Bold OPTICirrus-Bold Berthold City Bold Centrum-Bold ...


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The picture you provided is very old, thus it is difficult to know if any modern font can perfectly match the text in the image. You can use something somewhat similar, i.e. Pensle Bold Italic -


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Check out Oswald https://www.google.com/fonts/specimen/Oswald or maybe https://www.google.com/fonts/specimen/Anton good luck


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Aka-AcidGR-4B20 Family: Aka Acid. Type: Pixel Font. Designer: Myrto Orfanoudaki Simic. Distribution Type: Free. Copyright: Cybertronical Design, All rights reserved. Download Link Sample:


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It's DF Gothic W10, a primarily Japanese font (with Latin characters too) by DynaComware. A license costs $500 (wow!), probably because of how extensive the complete character set is. There doesn't seem to be a cheaper, latin-alphabet-only version available for purchase, so fulfilling your dreams of making totally accurate fake character announcements is ...


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The font is Gitchgitch. Hope this helps somebody. Here the samples for capital letters, same as letters:


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Looks very similar to Lovelo font


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Looks to me like, Adobe® Caslon™ Regular but it's hard to see from that screen grab. Look at the capital K and lowercase fi in profit for reference.


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I personally tend to think, in cases where the letters are so simple and geometric, that they are done by hand. Doing the letters of your logo or acronym by hand gives you extra flexibility and infinite possibilities to get a result exactly to your liking. It is normal for someone to start their design based on a font, but I find it hard to believe a ...


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No, it's not Georgia. It's barely Garamond Premier Pro. You can see it in the image below. The first part of image is the origina, second part is written by me on the original image and the third part is barely a text layer created by me. There is some differences about letter spacing but I think there will be no problem.


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Trade Gothic with a modified "d". It's stated in the linked article about the new logo. http://www.creativebloq.com/logo-design/sundance-festival-8134113 https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/linotype/trade-gothic/


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Lato now supports Latin Extended characters (Aug 2014): http://www.latofonts.com/lato-free-fonts/ Google Fonts: https://www.google.com/fonts/specimen/Lato Enjoy!


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Given the era (90s) this is likely an embedded plotting font within the CAD software (likely AutoCAD) or the plotter/printer itself. So, it's not necessarily going to be a digital font you can just purchase. That said, if you'd like something similar, search for 'plotter' or 'architect' at myfonts or the like.


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It's an Isonorm stencil, which is how the tail of Q is misplaced. I used to have a set for just this sort of drawing; here's one from Moebius-Ruppert... You can get Isonorm from Fontshop -- there are a large number of variants. See also a related question


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I run into this problem all the time...and luckily there are loads of websites that can help you out. If you find yourself doing this multiple times per day...there are also plugins. After viewing the image, i would still suggest starting with the websites i list, and then post on the Typophile forum. Feel free to add any websites you think have a higher ...


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That is Diavolo by Jos Buivenga marketed via his exljbris Font Foundry.



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