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 email@example.com
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
Looks to me like that started life as LHFs Blackstone, before a lot of modification. Blackstone was itself inspired by this Sanborn Map Cover.
Wouldn't the easiest way to achieve this be to fire up a vector editor (Illustrator etc.) and fill the voids in Colonna?
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