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Submitted on Apr 10, 2006
by carina58

Identified fonts

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i like the round character and the form, which is similar to the DIN. this font is also a little bit similar to the CONDUIT [but cleaner in detail]. HELP: What the name of this font???

3518d 7h 52m 13s ago



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3517d 5h 45m 12s ago

Carina, Carina... help us please by providing the name of the company which uses this font.

It reminds me of Fontsmith’s FS Albert except that FS Albert has a single storey “a” and a different "£" sign but this could be customized to suit the client.

3517d 5h 32m 13s ago

the company’s name is: scottish widows - www.scottishwidows.co.uk [actually they have ADs in London].

thanks a lot !!! cheers, carina*

3517d 2h 55m 34s ago

i just checked: i think it is not the FS Albert. the small a is different and a few other things too. but thank you anyway. FS albert is nice as well ;) // c*

3517d 2h 51m 2s ago

Thank you. If you visit that site and download a PDF document such as >>


Check the Font details under “Document Properties” or “Document Fonts” and you will see “FSAlbertSW”. So they are using a custom version of FS Albert (with the different “a” etc.). You can’t buy the Scottish Widows version but Fontsmith may sell a similar version if you ask them.

Case marked solved.

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