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Old 02-13-2005, 08:52 AM   #18
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I know I'm a Yahoo. Why? Because I kind of liked the Lithos, if that was the Archaic-Greek-ish face below.
That doesn’t make you a Yahoo. Or, if so, I’m one too — Lithos is lovely.

The reasons I suggested she go for something else in this case was that it suggests Greek something, which didn't go with the idea; and it doesn’t exactly “go with” the type in the arc (but I’m not sure what would go of the faces anyone would like). But nothing against Lithos, which is a pretty face.

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If you elucidate, and treat me gently, I'll promise not to tell you I prefer Lionel.
O, c’mon, tell. Although, maybe you need to tell us (or show us) what Lionel is!

The only reference I could find is on Stuart Sandler’s Font Diner web site (7th down in the specimens on that page). Is that the face you mean? If so, it looks like a Futura knockoff with a weird E.

Or are you thinking of some other face? Names can be tricky.

   
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