I have found several that I like 9 using " distressed" from:
Thanks again to all for your suggestions and help.
I think I'll use the word "distressed" when looking for the fonts.
Same size fonts, but as you say some with different shades of black.
However your tip about using software to change shade is a good one.
I have several " old typewriter fonts and some of the letters when printing are not uniform, say the "e" is out of line etc.
Is it possible to get a wooden typeface font which gives the impression [ no pun intended], that some letters have been applied using different pressure. So that some look like they are over/under inked?
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