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Font help - almost there I think

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by Haakon, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. Haakon

    Haakon Member

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    I am thinking this is some variant in the Serpentine family? It's the only pic I have...

    Am I on the right track?

    Edit: the letters seem to have smoother edges than Serpentine, that have beginnings of tiny serifs if that is the right way to describe it.
     

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  2. guato

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    I think is HandelGhotic
     
  3. The Vector Doctor

    The Vector Doctor Very Active Member

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    serpentine is correct. Maybe they rounded off the corners or applied an effect in photoshop causing the corners to become less pronounced and rounded off
     
  4. Haakon

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    Thanks for the feedback! I think I'll have to go on a recon mission and track down the car myself to see it up close. This image was what I got from one of the truck drivers in the company, snapped on his mobile phone.
     
  5. Haakon

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    Update: They found a pdf with the logo in vector format at the office, but it would still be interesting finding out what the actual font is called. It has a shadow/3d effect:
     

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  6. Fred Weiss

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  7. AndyA

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    Its been outlined and given a slant but I believe its called Gem.
     
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