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Font ID Help

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by AllianceDG, Nov 8, 2018.

  1. AllianceDG

    AllianceDG Member

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    Anyone know this one? Close to Beaufort but not quite.
     

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  2. SignosaurusRex

    SignosaurusRex Major Contributor

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    Pierce Manufacturing uses their own proprietary fonts in most cases unless otherwise directed by the customer.
     
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  3. AllianceDG

    AllianceDG Member

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    Gotcha. In that case, I'll just have to have the dealer order from them and just install it
     
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  4. Broome Signs

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  5. Old Timer

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    It may have been hand drawn. I worked on a lot of fire trucks and we didn't switch to computer fonts until sometime around 1997. maybe look in Leblanc's gold leaf book for an example
     
  6. houseofmayhem

    houseofmayhem New Member

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    Chuck Noon is close, the "A" would have to be changed.

    That "G" in the picture is just stunning.
     
  7. SellersSign&Design

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    That is in fact a Pierce proprietary font, it’s actually their most commonly used version. The “DYERSBURG” on the front is also their Goldstar hand laid 23 kt. gold leaf.
     
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