It's the font that Bonhams use for their name. You can see it here in
the top left hand corner.
Any help would be most appreciated.
This was lifted out a period movie. Its a photoshop composite of a store front
sign of a European AMERICAN EXPRESS office (c.1957). I've seen this font in
front of old municipal buildings.
Notice (see link to jpg) the font has:
- a low horizontal bar for the A
- a straight looking M like helvetica
- a C like futura
- an S like futura or avant garde (? not sure which)
- Most of all - a "Deco" like P and R (short legs)
- a unique E, as well
Copy and check out this link for jpg of AMEX sign:
If it's identifiable - is it available anywhere as a win98 typeface?