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The font is called Cookie by Ania Kruk: Character Map


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Probably it can match Eurostile font


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That is Hermit https://pcaro.es/p/hermit/ It is a great open source font made for programming!


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Try 2 Getting the original from Imgur, I guess the font is PF Beau Sans Pro Black: Some more previews: Previous Attempts! This looks like either Calibri or Ubuntu, or may be Cocon: Calibri Ubuntu Cocon


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Looks more like Univers Bold than anything else. Also looks like it's been printed? And that the lettering is smallish, so some of the finer angles might have been filled in with ink from a less-than-precise printer.


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That 'S' is fairly unique. Looks like architect's blueprint labeling handwriting. Searching for 'architect type' I found what appears to be a match: Architects Daughter by Kimberly Geswein Freeware for personal use. Donationware for commercial use.


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As Yisela points out, 'Western' is a common term to describe the style. Specifically, these are typefaces based on display type made from wood (wood type)--which was common in the US and has become part of the American west iconography. Another common association was with Circus posters. Searching for 'wood type', 'western', or 'circus poster' will likely ...


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I would call them 'Western' fonts. Not sure how close of a match you need, but there is a free one you can find on DaFont called Rio Grande: And here are some Western inspired fonts on MyFonts. For example Buffalo Circus:


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Text Prodigy is Brannboll Fet Font. Text MC is Evil Dead Font. I have used whatfontis.com to detect fonts.


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At first glance it looks like Futura but that's not quite right, the terminals of the S and C are less curved. After some digging around I found Twentieth Century which was created as a competitor to Futura. I think it's a match, see Twentieth Century in Medium and Bold.


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The font is called miso. It is a free font. http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/martennettelbladt/miso/buy.html


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I haven't been able to turn up the exact font, but most logos are not an unaltered font taken exactly the way it was designed. That said I would be surprised that this font is what Seth Thomas Clocks used (they were incorporated in 1853), what seems more likely is that someone designed a digital font off of the logo or another script to make this one. That ...


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This font is probably Tabasco Bold with some stroke effects applied:


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The font looks to be Roboto you can find it on google fonts. Mirror


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I don't know if it's exactly correct, but it looks a lot like Akzidenz-Grotesk Extended:


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OrbitronMedium by way of Inspecting Element.


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The font in the image is: Cantoni Bold and all of the glyphs are there. The rest of the Cantoni fonts can be found here. To verify: Click here and look for the numbers located beneath the letters.


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I'm going to go with Open Sans, since that's what Meatless is using for a lot of its text content: That's the "Extra Bold 800" weight. Default kerning is looser than what your source has.


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It could be probably Berlin Sans Demi


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They could be Geneva and Monaco by Susan Kare. http://www.kare.com/MakePortfolioPage.cgi?page=4


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Apple SD Gothic Neo thin is probably the closest to what they use


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You are just used Arial (standart font packaged with MS Windows)


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Hello @icecreamtrip you can find the font on the below link Mickey Font Though i advise you to read privacy and T&C policies:)



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