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    Tophy52external link
    Jan 28th, 2009 / quote / 195.5.*.7*
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    2 5 6

    That's all i have to find what type was used in a movie, that i have to make the flyer for.

    And it's a very specific type, used to stamp the foreheads of the victims
    and the red envelope announcing the crime.

    I've been searching all morning here at Dafont, on MyFonts in serifs, fancy... no luck. sad smiley

    But i've seen that 5 somewhere. It's not a stamped eroded font.

    Do you know what it is ?
    site moderator koeiekat
    Jan 28th, 2009 / quote / 193.153.*.1*
    Tophy, are you sure it is not eroded? Found a 2 and 6 that are close ... but eroded ...
    Tophy52external link
    Jan 29th, 2009 / quote / 195.5.*.7*
    Hi Koeiekat
    That could help, which one is it ?

    But yes they are not eroded, because they were used as ink stamp, in that movie,
    and even if they were specially made, they had to make the numbers 2, 5, 6, 8 and 9, each for a murder, stamped on the forehead of the victim and on the red enveloppe.

    The guy who made the stamps for the film production and accessories wouldn't have invented a special font for all these numbers, he certainly took them from an existing font.

    A rare and fancy one, but existing.
    Tophy52external link
    Jan 29th, 2009 / quote / 77.198.*.2*
    So far, a friend of mine found Typo Upright
    which is close and could do the trick,
    but i'm not giving up to find the "right" one !

    All i need to get is the numbers 2 5 6 8 9 !
    site moderator koeiekat
    Jan 29th, 2009 / quote / 83.57.*.2*
    Cry Kitty that was but Typo Upright's 5 is better.

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