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Seeking feedback on selecting personal logo

I'm working on my personal branding and would like some input on the logo that I've been developing. I've gone through about 50 variations of this, but am attaching the top 5 designs that were narrowed down based on a first round of critique from a colleague. The concept is based on a strong personal affinity for modern vintage design through the vintage seal/stamp shape and original craftsmanship. This is just the basic flat logo that I'll eventually add some slight additional styling and perhaps get turned into a physical rubber stamp for promotional print items.

I am seeking preferences for integrating the script typeface monogram which gives it the more modern edge versus the more slab typeface.

Thank you!

Dark Angel: A New Release from Alphabet Soup Type Founders

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Alphabet Soup Type Founders and Michael Doret are proud to announce the Release of Dark Angel, a “blackletter/hybrid” font. This font had its genesis in a logo sketch for the Anaheim Angels baseball team—thus its name.
Type purists may be appalled by the lack of adherence to traditional forms, but the font should be seen as only “in the spirit of” blackletter, and attempting something that hasn’t been seen or done before—something that feels traditional, yet at the same time fresh and perhaps unexpected.

Dark Angel: A New Release from Alphabet Soup Type Founders

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Alphabet Soup Type Founders and Michael Doret are proud to announce the Release of Dark Angel, a “blackletter/hybrid” font. This font had its genesis in a logo sketch for the Anaheim Angels baseball team—thus its name.

Type purists may be appalled by the lack of adherence to traditional forms, but the font should be seen as only “in the spirit of” blackletter, and attempting something that hasn’t been seen or done before—something that feels traditional, yet at the same time fresh and perhaps unexpected.

Gangster Squad Fonts. Font Identification Help.

Hello everyone. First time posting on this forum and was wondering if i could get some help. I tried doing a search but have had no luck in finding these fonts.

I was wondering if anyone knows of what both of these fonts are? Both the cursive and typeface. Or anything similar.

Sorry for the terrible pictures. It looks better zoomed out lol.

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

Thanks :)

-Kristina

Brand NEW! Smoking Club Typeface

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Brand NEW!

New typeface released, it was inspired by movie tittles from old B&W Hollywood movies. The typeface was custom designed in vector format using a high number of colors to produce a realistic 3D effect.

It is perfect for display use, large format graphics, magazines, posters and 3D design.

It was showcased at Typography Served: http://www.typographyserved.com/gallery/Smoking-Club-Typeface/5410327
More about me http://www.rodrigoaguade.com/
Buy it here http://matoi.myshopify.com/

Smoking Club Typeface

New typeface released, it was inspired by movie tittles from old B&W Hollywood movies. The typeface was hand drawn using a high number of colors to produce a realistic 3D effect.Perfect for display use, large format graphics, magazines, posters and 3D design.

Limited license for personal and commercial works. View / Purchase it here:
www.matoi.myshopify.com
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Navy blue porcelain New York street sign typeface?

Having trouble identifying the typeface used on these old signs, and the dates that they were in use. I could dig up a few conflicting dates, between early 1900's and into the 40's, but haven't found anything definite. Also, they were apparently printed white on Navy, and used in several neighborhoods in New York. I checked a couple type specimen books from the 1905-1915 era and got nothing. Any help identifying this typeface would be greatly appreciated!

Vintage Type - Where can I find these?

I have a small graphic with an assortment of vintage typefaces right here:

http://graphicartisan.com/images/typefaces.jpg

Since they are so old I don't know if they are still in commercial print, but if anyone can tell me what they are (or were?) AND if there are any modern counterparts or look-alikes, that would be very helpful to me!