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I'm looking for help to identify the font used for these numbers and letters. I appreciate the help anyone can provide. Thank you!!

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I'm looking for help to identify the font used for these numbers and letters. I appreciate the help anyone can provide. Thank you!!

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Agency FB Bold

http://www.fonts.com/findfonts/detail.htm?pid=409017

Fiasco...JP (slapshot) done anointed you as his heir apparent or something, mayn?? :D

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Anyone know the font used for the "Ports" script? I used to have it a few years ago on my old computer, but can't remember what it's called. I know it was free, and I remember there being 2 that were pretty much the same thing, only slight differences. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Anyone know the font used for the "Ports" script? I used to have it a few years ago on my old computer, but can't remember what it's called. I know it was free, and I remember there being 2 that were pretty much the same thing, only slight differences. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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is that brody?

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Hey guys, just wondering if anyone might know the font(s) used in the arena name - "WESTMAN PLACE"? I've been searching the font websites with no luck. Any help is greatly appreciated, thank you.

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Thanks Pagan. Any chance there is a similar font that can be had for free? I really hate to spend $30 for a font, which I know is relatively inexpensive but I'll probably only use it a couple of times. Thanks.

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Anyone know the font used for the "Ports" script? I used to have it a few years ago on my old computer, but can't remember what it's called. I know it was free, and I remember there being 2 that were pretty much the same thing, only slight differences. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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This actually looks like two different fonts in the same word--which actually is a very poor choice in direction for whoever did this.

The "P" looks to be a font called Marker or something like that (run a search on "Marker" and see what comes up--I can't remember it off the top of my head). The rest looks to be some type of script--and a very jacked-up one at that.

Hope that helps.

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fruitiger bold

Thanks Pagan. Any chance there is a similar font that can be had for free? I really hate to spend $30 for a font, which I know is relatively inexpensive but I'll probably only use it a couple of times. Thanks.

It's actually Frutiger Black, and Humanist 531 is a decent replacement.

http://www.fontfinder.ws/49344/Humanist-531-CE-Black.html

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Anyone?

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the o's are the a/d from danube though no look identifying the other letters

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Stupid question. How can I access the string that has all of the College Football helmets and the history of each helmet categorized into each conference. It was here a few weeks ago. I once was an avid collector of helmet decals. I would write a letter and ask for one and I got them. I just want to see the most recent for many.

Thanks

Justin

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