adnewall's picture


Looking for this typeface. It's the e that defines it different to any of the other common sans-serifs. Could it possibly be a custom e?

Unfortunately, not many symbols to play with.

Many thanks.

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maxgraphic's picture

Yeah, it looks to me like Helvetica that, in anticipation of the printing conditions, has had its e opened up a bit.

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