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Military numbers needed

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by raw191, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. raw191

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    Does anybody know a name of a font that I can use for military block style numbers? Like the zero with the corners angled, like on the aircraft carriers. If you don't know the name, are there some links to sites that might have some available? Thanks.

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  2. Replicator

    Replicator Major Contributor

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    usually I just see stencil font used for military !
     
  3. raw191

    raw191 Member

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    Yeah. The stencil font won't work. I have that one.
     
  4. imaSIGNr

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    The one called "ARMY" ?.....might be similar to Old School or Collegiate
     
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    LHF, Mikes Old Block
     
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    machine
     
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    Military stencil, Long Beach USN, and Amarillo. Depends on the era. I think the more modern is Long Beach. Do some research on any of the scale aircraft modeler sites. At one time I found a complete guide to military lettering.
     
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