Procrastinating my writing by way of typecasting...
I can testify that your stamps look great. :)What is this intriguing typeface you used this time??
This is he Print & Publisher type element. I think it's my favorite of the bunch!
This is indeed an intriguing typeface, would it be possible to see the whole character set? I'm into type design and I'd love to discover all letters, by the way, what about the bunch, as you say, any overview of the styles available? Thanks.
If you pop over to this previous post:http://typeclack.blogspot.com/2012/01/january-27-2012.htmlYou'll see examples and exact names of the "bunch" I picked up. These are all IBM Selectric typefaces, so I am sure many, if not all of them, have examples out there.If you can't find anything already published, let me know and I can post some scans of the entire character set.
Thank you for your answer. I can't seem to find images of this typeface online and I've gathered many IBM typefaces documents so far. What I find weird about the design, is the absence of descenders, even the comma has been shifted up to avoid extending below the baseline. So, if you can publish a scan of the entire character, I'd appreciate, thanks.