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I've run it through what the font and only found similar results.

The unique characteristics I've identified are:

  • equal and symmetrical serifs on all 'external' serifs. (Hard to describe, but I'm having a go.)

This characteristic is what told me none of the results I found are correct.

Please could someone help me to identify this font?

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The picture is from the back doors of a parked vehicle.

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  • You can use MyFonts WhatTheFont tool for help with identifying fonts.
    – Dhaust
    Oct 9, 2014 at 23:32

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Could it be this Square SlabSerif

  • enter image description here

or multiple others as

City Pro BE Bold

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OPTICirrus-Bold

Berthold City Bold

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Centrum-Bold ...

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  • I think Square slab is close but on the picture it looks like an extended version and a bit bolder.
    – curious
    Oct 9, 2014 at 19:38
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    The narrow counter of O would indicate it's the cheap version. It does appear to have been stretched, and the RV pair is poorly kerned. Oct 10, 2014 at 9:06

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