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Any help appreciated!
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Probably Letraset’s Condensed style of Gill Sans Ultra Bold (or Kayo). This was made available digitally from ITC. This wasn’t introduced until 1980, however, so if you know the ad was published before 1980 it may be a different phototype version of the typeface.

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