basic typefaces, well know from 1 to 4:
Sample 1: Helvetica
Sample 2: Clarendon
Sample 3: Cooper Black Outline
Sample 4: Zapf Chancery Italic
Sample 5 looks very damaged (letter "S" is in a bad shape) ... might be: "Mister Earl BT" (horizontal streched)? But the number "5" fit better to "Cafeteria" ...
1 matchesAs I am a curious Kat I paid you guys a visit and had a look at the fonts you give away. Could not help to notice that the Fiolex Girls/Coronet thingie was not an exception. Here you go:
Artist = Impress
Atelier = FoxScript
Boys = Kids (Corel name)
Castle = Mister Earl
Compact = Badloc (Corel name = Bedrock)
Digital = LCD
Fineliner = Tekton
Fleur = Uechi Gothic, lower case replaced by Wedding Text
Gothic = Mariage
Handscript = Freehand 575 BT
Imperial = Engravers Roman
News = Antique Olive Nord/Inciced 901 Nd BT
Noblesse I can not trace (yet). The E and L look like being modified. Is the whole thing slanted?
OldScript = Flemish Script
Plant = Elzevier Caps wit Times New Roman for the lower case
Princess = Murray Hill ((Why that strange E? Half mirrored F, half mirrored L ... and that Z, why kill that beautiful Z?)
Roman Outline = Caslon Openface
Spotmarker = (based on) Pen Tip Bold
Yes. Some have some modifications. But it is indisputable where they come from ...
Must I also look at the new Mephisto? Somehow looks familiar ...
Oh, yes, few thingies on the site - English: past tense of send is sent.