Looks like Sackers, but there are other fonts out there that are very similar, such as Engravers Gothic, Sweet Sans and Burin Sans. Sackers looks like the best fit for the S and E.
It started life as this, but has had some of the detailing of the 'L' and 'B' removed, either in the vinyl cut or when painted. Whose cut it stated life as is anyones guess…
DELI LIQUOR looks like the bold version of Flareserif, but see also Adelon and Albertus… (manually condensed
'i' is modified/combined 'ˇ' be my best guess
Editado el 13/09/2017 a las 15:22 por pilaster
Contact the font author
but be aware;
Direct quote from the 'read me'…
"Disclaimer thingy: This is an enhanced version of the
original "QUAKE" font I found on the web. The stylized
"Q" and all other logos are copyright id Software (the
greatest game makers on the face of the planet)."
So with VERY complex ownership, it may be worth considering using a different font…
Build a 'ligature' of your '100' combined glyph by cutting, pasting and scaling and park it some where easy to remember in day to day use is the easiest way to do this. Creating a proper ligature, so when you type 100 there is a dlig lookup that automatically spots the (three glyph) 100 and substitutes the single reduced width '100' single glyph is the other way. Seemsa a fairly comprehensive Tut here for creating ligatures.
Looks like a variant of this, but if very old quite likely it was a 'pre-digital' cut (filmotype or similar)
Could be a bold condensed Trade Gothic…(there are a couple of different cuts)
This dates to 1974 (or possibly earlier), so the best you can hope for is a 'revival' of the typeface used.
Here's one, that will not be a bad fit, with a little scaling…
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