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Geometric sans. Poster from 1952 (J. Müller-Brockmann).

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asked by Sander (211 points) Feb 24, 2017

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answered by Het Mes Expert (809 points) Feb 24, 2017
selected by Stewf Feb 25, 2017
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Super Grotesk is very close, but the proportions of Drescher Grotesk (Demibold) - actually a revival of Super Grotesk - is even closer.

answered by fivosv Prodigy (383 points) Feb 24, 2017
You could be right, Fivosf.
But this would have been Super-Grotesk, since the poster was made before any digital revivals. It seems like the different digital versions are all close but a little reworked, like opening up the minimal amount of white space in the ‹s› for presumably enhanced legibility.