(x) Vintage 50s Era Typography - Coronet, Gill Sans {Mark S, Viviane Tubiana}

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Hey everyone, new to the board and glad to be here.

I need help in identifying this particular typeface. It's taken from the drink cup of "The Hamburger Stand" (formerly known as The Original Hamburger Stand), a chain of food joints in the Southwestern United States. The Galardi Group is the parent company if that helps in identifying design/marketing houses they may have worked with for producing this updated logo in the 90s. Any help in identifying this or similar fonts would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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It's modified Coronet. Mostly, they've set it tighter but there also seems to be a stroke added to make the letters bolder. The "H" is redrawn.

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"STAND" looks like Gill Sans Bold, as is "The Burger Lover's Burger"

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Thank you so very much, Mark! I really appreciate your help. Thanks, Vivicity as well!