Aka Anson, DS Standart and Sonne.
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Maybe fonatica but I see too many different S'es and so.
A less shity image may prove you right.
Try to focus when making a photo. And while doing so try to stand right on front of the subject. Also, a proper camera with a proper and good quality lens may help. Not one of these things with a piece of plastic that act as a lens.
No clue what you are talking about. Try to write with proper punctuation. Put capitals where they belong, periods where they belong, spaces where they belong.
As you do now it is like writing with black ink on black paper.
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ttt, eeee, nnn, ff, aa ...mumble.
One of the fonts used feels like the Charlemagne or one of it's many variations. The S feels like University Roman but is not. Every once in a while this S pops up but as far as I can remember there has never been a perfect match. Can be wrong though
Editado el 01/04/2015 a las 09:17 por drf
Similar. Co text is the only one I can find with an H like this.
Editado el 31/03/2015 a las 15:17 por koeiekat
That y is not in the character set. It has to be added with a font editor or if you need it for only one occasion in one word with a vector editor. You would get something like this:
Stroke added and stretched to 126%
Fuente identificada: Jiffy
It looks like a very condensed Clarendon.
Editado 2 veces. Última edición el 31/03/2015 a las 16:26 por drf
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