On second thought I am not happy with the Koch Antiqua, the A doen't really mach. There is an earlier digital version by S. G. Moye (1991), the Koch (Plain and Read) which fonts have a matching A.
This is a rendering of a typeface drawn by Rudolf Koch in 1922 for
Klingspor. It is know as "Koch Antiqua" or "Locarno" or "Eve"; "Eve" is the
name given it by ATF when they issued a version of it. For some
inexplicable reason, this beautiful typeface has yet to see the light of
typographic (PostScript) day.
This is not a complete font: there is upper and lower case, numbers, and
Stephen Moye (CIS 76416,1542)
306 Thayer St.
Providence, Rhode Island
Other fonts with a matching A I found are OPTIEve-Light[Castcraft], AliceLight[Brendel Informatik], Evangel[NovelFonts! Corporation] and Eva-Antiqua Light[Spiece Graphics].
Modified. Stretched and the stem of the h shortened.
Edited on Jul 14, 2014 at 11:59 by koeiekat
PostCrypt is only one of the many names this font has been given.
Edited on Jul 14, 2014 at 11:23 by koeiekat
Edited on Jul 13, 2014 at 11:29 by koeiekat
Georgia, you have it, it is a system font.
Edited on Jul 13, 2014 at 15:00 by Rodolphe
That is because it is Bebas and not Bebas Neue.
Edited on Jul 12, 2014 at 21:49 by koeiekat
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