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sans serif similar to Helvetica Condensed that was seen on a flyer posted in a public library

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The "&" seems very distinctive to me. Perhaps it's the best clue to ID'ing this font?

Thank you, as always, for your awesome help!
asked by whatsmytype (129 points) Jul 23

1 Answer

+1 vote

Bebas Neue by Ryoichi Tsunekawa.

answered by Tecnotronic Champ (3,924 points) Jul 23
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