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    1 matches comment Hi, the sans serif could be a "Fette Engschrift nach DIN 1451" (fat narrow typeface according to german standardisation organisations (DIN) standard DIN 1451). http://www.abstractfonts.com/search/?q=Engschrift http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Open+Din+Schriften+Engschrift?content=107153 Bye bye
    1 matches comment uploaded image Hi, I don't think so. Wrong C, G and O. The letters are constructed on chequered paper. See the typefaces according to DIN 1451... Look at the narrow type called ,,Fette Engschrift'' (english: bold narrow type). This is the direction where this typeface come from. *EDIT* Look at the FF DIN Family: This might be the one. *END* Bye bye
    1 matches comment uploaded image view details for free font #15019 Hi, This typeface is inspired by Jakob Erbars typeface ,,Erbar Grotesk'' (the condensed ones called Schmale Erbar), the old Versions of the ,,DIN Fette Engschrift'' (Bold Narrow Typeface according DIN 1451) and other geometric sans serif typefaces from the 1920th. Bye bye
    1 matches comment Well, first thought was DIN Engschrift but the u/c J didn't match. So it appears to be Alternate Gothic.
    1 matches comment uploaded image [quote]@Derek McCoy:... I need a font in which all the characters vary in heights slightly so it has the effect of looking like a changeable letters sign.[/quote] Why would you want 'dancing' letters? The type on your pict is perfectly straight. Blue Highway is a good advice ... and free. Otherwise look at the RoadGeek series. You may like the Engschrift. Also free.
    1 matches comment Hi, «10» looks like the typefaces according DIN 1451 and «196» looks like Gill Sans. «Fette Mittelschrift DIN 1451»: http://www.abstractfonts.com/font/13882?text=10 Translation: Engschrift: Condensed/Narrow Type Mittelschrift: Normal Type Weitschrift: Expanded/Wide Type *EDIT* Fett(e) -> Bold Gill Sans Family from Adobe: http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/adobe/gill-sans/ Bye Bye
    1 matches comment uploaded image Hi, it's very close to the DIN Fette Mittelschrift according to DIN 1451. Just go to identifont: http://www.identifont.com/ Search for DIN 1451 Fette Engschrift, click on similar fonts browse and find Ordinar: http://www.abstractfonts.com/search/?q=Ordinar *EDIT* Consider there is an outline around in the same color and with rounded corners. Or search for an other font close to Ordinar. *END* Bye Bye

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