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    Tophy52external link
    Mar 20th, 2010 / quote / 77.198.*.1*
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    searching for this
    no match at WTF
    ...in Didots families
    probably but the 's' is special
    along with the 'e' attached (in red)
    site moderator koeiekat
    Mar 20th, 2010 / quote / 79.154.*.1*
    Did you separate the letters? If so, what was before the r?
    Tophy52external link
    Mar 21st, 2010 / quote / 77.198.*.1*
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    yes i did
    this was the original,
    H, T is Elfort
    http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/intellecta/elfort/gallery.html
    so are the letters e, m, o, r, a, t...

    except the 'l' and 's'
    but they fit in so good...
    site moderator koeiekat
    Mar 21st, 2010 / quote / 79.154.*.1*
    Elfort?? Isn't that the good old Berthold Poppl Exquisite?
    site moderator Schwalbenkoenig
    Mar 21st, 2010 / quote / 91.142.*.1*
    How old is this sample, Tophy? As KK found out this looks like Poppl Exquisit with alternates. Don’t know if there is a digitale version …
    propaganda.hilfs.kra
    Mar 21st, 2010 / quote / 87.177.*.1*
    Hi,

    @tophy52:
    except the 'l' and 's'


    The «l» fits fine to the Poppl Exquisit Zierbuchstaben (Alternates) like i found it in a book. Publisher: Stulle (Stuttgart, Germany), title: Headline-Schriften, year: 1985.

    Except the «s» all letters fits to the Poppl Exquisit and Alternates like in the ancient book from the last millenium.

    Bye bye
    Tophy52external link
    Mar 22nd, 2010 / quote / 77.198.*.1*
    You're right !
    Thanks to all of you.

    Case Solved.
    site moderator koeiekat
    Mar 22nd, 2010 / quote / 83.46.*.1*
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    In all the Poppl Exquisite variations I have seen there is none that includes both the l and the s as in your sample Tophy. The Mecanorma version Poppl Exquisit MN (unique identifier GST:PopplExquisitMN:1994), has all characters in the sample but the s. Mecanorma's Italic variation, Poppl Exquisit MN Italic (unique identifier GST:PopplExquisitMN-Italic:1994) is the one and only Poppl Exquisit variation I know of that has the s, but for the rest is the same as other Poppl Exquisits.

    I must be missing one.

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