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Kleukens-Antiqua is the font in your photo. Elsner+Flake have a digitization with italic but it is maybe lighter than this metal type printing looks. This digitization by Christine Gertsch seems very good but it may not include an italic. Another without italic is by Nick's Fonts. ITC Benguiat might be the best choice if you like this style but aren't ...


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This is custom but it's very similar to ITC Avant Garde. Tip: reverse image searching an image often brings up information, as here.


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The majority of the disk is Gill Sans of different versions. Since it is from 1966 I would guess that it is using an old version that has since been modified. There are also many different versions of "Gill Sans" but the original seems to be the closest. That number 1 I have run into before and never did manage to find a match for it. But all ...


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It mostly seems to be Granby. ℗ seems to be something else, maybe Times New Roman. The numbers seem to be Futura, though. Likely this is Granby Regular, but it looks bolder than the digital version because of the ink spread when it was letterpress printed. This can't be Granby Bold because that has a different R where the right-hand leg connects to the ...


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This is コミックレゲエ (or perhaps レゲエ) from a major type foundry フォントワークス (Fontworks). The only difference between them is the stroke contrast, which is somewhat hard to tell due to the outline effect and resolution. They provide subscription and web font services at least in Japan, as far as I know.


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Some of the letters are from a font called FF World One. Some looks like Super Deluxe Semibold These icons are a font that you can download, so I'm not sure if you're looking for a similar font for other purposes, or trying to recreate the icons. Given that they ARE created icons, I'm guessing that the letters were modified slightly to fit the look the ...


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This has elements of the 1920s geometric sans-serifs, indicated by its very open forms, the letters do not fold up as they do on nineteenth century forms like Alternate Gothic. You could try Neutraface Condensed, Gotham Condensed, Mallory Extra Condensed, Relay Compressed or Verlag Compressed which are all about the right style. Most geometrics aren't ...


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This typeface looks similar to "RTF Dokument Extra Condensed" http://www.identifont.com/show?HUA


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