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Font ID Please

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by Doug Pulver, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. Doug Pulver

    Doug Pulver Member

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    Hello, I'm trying to replicate this logo from 1948 for a restored air compressor and I need help to identify the fonts in this logo.

    I think I have the center font (Curtis Compressor) as Bank Gothic only the ends of the C and S are squared off in the photo.

    It's the Compressors, Air Fittings, Auto Lifts and Car Washers that I'm having trouble identifying and need the help of the members.

    Thanks in advance
     

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  2. hired

    hired New Member

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    Hello,

    It's not exact but "Bellerose" looks like it. You may have to substitute the uppercase "M" and "N" with the lowercase counterparts to get the rounded tops. Hope that helps.
     

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  3. Doug Pulver

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    Thanks hired that's close and you're correct I'll have to use lower case M and N. Also the upper case E is different.
     
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