Based on one small, degraded glyph, I think this may once have been Bertram, but has been manually condensed.
Though, why post a single glyph here, and a fuller sample here:
Edited on Dec 14, 2015 at 21:16 by pilaster
Sample too small for 100%, but looks like Rockwell Extra Bold, manually extended… to me
probably hand lettered originally, but Font Mesa have a 'tribute'
OfficialCreeper said pilaster said
Ross Antique Roman 2
Not the font, sorry.
OK, if you say so. When you find the font it is, be sure to share…
Is the same pilaster ...
No, The Letterhead one is more expensive…
''Beard". It's modified, and seems to be lifted from here.
Edited on Nov 13, 2015 at 22:16 by pilaster
You may need to be a bit more specific about what kind of document it is. If it's a Word document, you will need to tell MS Word to embed the font, otherwise, when you open it on another computer, without THAT font installed it will be replaced with a substitute font.
When asking tech questions tho' it is as well to include as much info as possible.
App used to create document and version of said app, OS version of all computers involved, and the name of the font you are having issues with would be the minimum infos to get you a quick resolution to your problem IMHO. If the above doesn't sort you out, post this info and I'm sure someone will be able to find a solution for you
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