Name of this font?

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Name of this font?

Post by PanzerMike » 27 Jun 2004 14:58

I live in Berlin and the signs to most of older S-bahn train-stations (public trans.) use this nice font, which got me curious. Does anyone know the name of this font, or maybe even have it?


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I believe it to be a variation of Tannenberg:


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...as the lettering is slightly different: (compare the capital letters and the e's of this font to the font used on the signs).

Unfortunately, the only downloadable ttf font I've been able to find on the internet so far is Tannenberg-fett.

Thanks,
Mike

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