I know the ampersand is Baskerville, but what is the other?
Police suggéréeDiner-Obese Suggérée par koeiekat (voir le post)
I admit it is a bit off but for the numbers there is only one, check 0,2 and 3, and the rest is so close that someone probably has been fooling around with the Diner Obese. Easy thingie, and if you take a close look at it you'll see it was/is due for a thorough clean-up anyway.
But as you said, as is, similar only.
Édité le 25/11/2012 à 20:37 par koeiekat
Of course, those "Y", "M", "U" are identical (for the naked eye at least). Must be other clone, IMO. Don't know which one is the original though
I also don't know. Though one can accumulate knowledge during the years one can't really know everything. That 3 and 2 combination, however, is unique and is only found in the Diner. And as the Diner is a pretty early digital font that comes in 4 weights, 1992 by David Rakowski, I tend to give the credit to him for the digital version of whatever may have been the source. Maybe Claude can shine some light on this.
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