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I don't know the particular font, but i'm pretty sure that's one created by House Industries (it looks like it at least). http://www.houseind.com you may also want to try Veer http://www.veer.com

The Fox Sports and NFL Network fonts are on that House Industries site as well - the Fox font is called "United" and the NFL Network font is "House Gothic". Good find!

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Ok since I stumped you all on the last one, what about the font on this?

Add City Boy

The great NHL wouldn't dare use a freebie font, so Add City Boy is probably a knock off of a fine commercial font actually worthy of the great NHL.

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Anyone know what the Phillies script font is called or where I could find it?

Honestly, I don't think it's a font. It's most likely a 100% custom script. Professional teams don't just usually use commercially available typefaces...at least for their wordmarks.

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Hey gang, I'm looking for the font used in "Fayetteville" and "Generals" on the program cover below. I'm re-creating the logo for a friend. Any help would be great. Thanks!

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Hey gang, I'm looking for the font used in "Fayetteville" and "Generals" on the program cover below. I'm re-creating the logo for a friend. Any help would be great. Thanks!

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Bookman Italic Swashes

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Can someone identify the font the now-defunct Admirals used for their wordmark?

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Can someone identify the font the now-defunct Admirals used for their wordmark?

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Most likely a custom job.

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I'm trying to track down a name and a set of this

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I know it's simple, but, what do you call it and where can I find it?

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