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Looks like Cochin (the pronounced N) but it's not

Cochin Imposter.jpg
We're making a specimen book ant this looks close to Cochin and even Greco at times...but can't make a match.
asked by Virginia Arts of the Book Center Oct 24, 2016

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This is Georges Peignot’s early 20th-century typeface initially released as “Cochin”. There are various digital versions under the name Nicholas Cochin. The Black weight from Linotype or URW will get you close to what I assume is the metal or film version in your image.

answered by Stewf Expert (3,404 points) Oct 25, 2016
selected by Paulo Goode Oct 26, 2016