The lowercase letters bear some resemblance to Blackstone, which is itself inspired by an old Sanborn fire Map cover… so maybe someone else has made a font, based on the same raw material… or it could just be modified.
Possibly this (Or Newport Classic SG, Jazfzest NF) manually condensed… possibly…
The font embedded in the pdf is this…
That could be done with a numbering block when the receipt is printed. Here a font that approximates the effect…
My two penneth. I think we can mark this as identified but with the caveat 'modified' and I also think it's a bit naughty (although not unprecedented) that Dreamtime should be offering this for sale a vector.
Graham Meade - GemFonts Free Font
For info email firstname.lastname@example.org
31 McMillan St
Clayton Sth 3169
Contact the author at the above infos. Either he may consider a commission to make a bold version, or may grant you permission to go ahead and make/commission a bold version.
I don't know if these contact details are up to date, but give them a go…
This would very much depend upon which font and the licence that font is distributed under as to whether creating a bold version of it is legal or not. Let us know the name of the font, and someone may be able to shed some light on whether a third party can legally undertake this or how to contact the author.
Try these: (there is a Read Me bundled with the font… always read the read me…)
I might be my eyesight, but looks scaled horizontally…
frd said pilaster said
Trade Gothic Bold Condensed
On their website, it seems to be called "One Nike Currency", maybe a custom font?
Frd is quite correct there are 2 custom fonts used on the site as well as Trade Gothic. OneNikeCurrency which features 13 international currency glyphs (€ etc) and OneNikeGlyphs which has 90 custom logos, social media icons and stuff. Expensive stuff, but it is Nike…
I tried a few chars following pilaster's suggestion but I find the result awful. I the tried moving the seperate parts of the glyps to the right to get a less extreme fat result but the same goes ... brrrrr ...
I had a play in Illustrator, and to be honest, the Kat is right, It doesn't look very good.
You wrote "So for a logo that I am working on," not that "I'm required to create a font". If it's a logo, why does it need to be editable i.e. a font?
Edited on Mar 31, 2016 at 22:40 by pilaster
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