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    Reader's Digest Condensed Books (body text) font
    mbacani
    Dec 25th, 2010 / quote / 70.177.*.2*
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    It was used as the main body text font inside the Reader's Digest Condensed Books (the ones I own anyway), but this screen capture is from George Orwell's "Down And Out In Paris And London" copyright page (its body text is a different font; it was only used in its copyright page). It was also used as the body text in Ethan Hawke's "The Hottest State," in the film-adaptation edition.

    I hope you guys can help me! It's such a pretty serif. :)
    propaganda.hilfs.kra
    Dec 25th, 2010 / quote / 87.177.*.2*
    Hi,

    a close match should be a New Baskerville:
    http://www.abstractfonts.com/search/?q="new+baskerville"
    Chose the closesed one, have a look at the differnet shapes of the capital letter C.

    Bye Bye
    mbacani
    Dec 25th, 2010 / quote / 70.177.*.2*
    @Uwe Borchert:Hi,

    a close match should be a New Baskerville:
    http://www.abstractfonts.com/search/?q="new+baskerville"
    Chose the closesed one, have a look at the differnet shapes of the capital letter C.

    Bye Bye


    Wow, awesome. Exactly what I'm looking for. Thank you! :)

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