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Submitted on Apr 10, 2006
by carina58

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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???

3427d 6h 11m 21s ago

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carina58:

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3426d 4h 4m 20s ago
metro2005:

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.

3426d 3h 51m 21s ago
carina58:

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

thanks a lot !!! cheers, carina*

3426d 1h 14m 42s ago
carina58:

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*

3426d 1h 10m 10s ago
metro2005:

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

http://www.scottishwidows.co.uk/documents/generic/45359.pdf

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.

3426d 28m 2s ago
carina58:

THANK YOU SO MUCH ;)

c*

3425d 16h 35m 19s ago

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