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Font Identification

I really need to identify this font guys...

I used it for a website about a year and a half ago and now they want to change the website name but want to use the same font. It's perfect for their website logo.

I just can't remember what the font is called... I really, really need to know what the name of it is. Please. Help.

Japanese font for numbers / arithmetic?

I have seen this font (digits and math symbols only?) in a number of places having to do with Japanese abacus and mental arithmetic practice.
If you google "flash anzan" (that is, a rather intense form of mental arithmetic practice), you will likely see this font used for the numbers.
I chose this for my sample because it contains all ten digits. The character that looks like a solidus is really the digit 1 (one). I believe that commas, decimal points, and symbols for basic arithmetic exist for this font, but as far as I know, it contains no characters beyond this.

Typeface used for National Geographic's new 'Found' blog

National Geographic has a new blog showcasing forgotten imagery,
it also features a rather lovely italic serif for its masthead.

Initially, I thought it was a Barnbrook face due to the seated italic U, I was wrong.

Anybody have an idea as to which typeface they've used here?

Underground bar typeface for party flyer

This is a local bar front where I'm throwing a party next month. I'm looking to recreate the logo with the typeface for our promotion materials. Feel like someone here may recognise this face? Any help would be much appreciated.


Thank you.

A couple faces from L.A. Noire

Hi all,

For better or worse I spent a large part of my weekend playing L.A. Noire, and in between inspecting murder scenes I kept spotted some very nice bits of type - wall-painted ads, signage etc. I know that the game uses Silas Dilworth's Heroic Condensed (beautifully) for the title cards and menu screens among other things, but would really appreciate some guesses on these two examples.

Thanks in advance,

Wood Sans, Condensed, Gothic, Antique

Need some help Identifying this font:


It's from the letterpress lab at the university of oregon. It is 15 pica sans serif. It is not labeled, and it bares no foundry stamp or company insignia. It is most likely older than 1965, and could be as old as 1900.

It only exists in caps, although there are a few varying figures. (two types of A's, etc.) I tried to pick the figures with a similar grain pattern, the thought being that they would be of the safe shipment of type.

It is possible that this font has not been digitized, but any help you guys can offer would be amazing!

Help identifying Pixelized font used in Nintendo DS game "Advance Wars: Dual Strike"

Sample can be seen in screenshot:


Examples in the screen shot include numerals "10" and abbreviation "DEF" below as well as words "FAMICOM" and "BATTLE" above.

Font seems to be all-caps. The game frequently applies a "halo" effect to type set in this font.

Any help appreciated.