Fonts in use in Cremona

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Fonts in use in Cremona

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Here is a link to a Google street view image of a rather nice sign for a "ristorante & pizzeria".

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Cremona,+ ... 74,,0,-3.8

The largest lettering appears to be in a typewriter-style font.

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Can't clearly see if it is distressed but Trixie by Erik van Blokland does fit. https://www.fontfont.com/fonts/trixie/packages#30537
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Thanks Dick.
Dick Pape wrote:Can't clearly see if it is distressed but Trixie by Erik van Blokland does fit. https://www.fontfont.com/fonts/trixie/packages#30537
I have now found the following image of the sign on the side of the building. The image has been taken at a closer range. In addition it can be displayed full screen and zoomed-in three times.

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Cremona,+ ... -6.31&z=18

The typewriter font does look as if it is distressed. The distressing of the d in the Google street view image appears to me to match well the distressing of the d in your illustration.

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it always amazes me that the sign painter copies truth and faults.
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