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Futura-ish, 1959

The ‹S› and ‹G› are the most distinct. ‹V› has a flat base in the large text, but it’s pointy in the small text.
asked by Sander (211 points) Jan 3, 2017
edited by Sander Jan 3, 2017

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I think there are two typefaces here: Erbar for the large size, Futura for the small.

answered by Stewf Expert (3,400 points) Jan 3, 2017
selected by Sander Jan 3, 2017

I actually thought of Erbar, but the few pictures I looked at didn’t match the sample in some letterforms. I was unaware of the different sets of alternative characters, as shown in a specimen here. Thanks!