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PostPosted: Tue March 8th, 2016, 18:49 GMT 

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Hey good travellers, and fellow travellers, too.

I'm putting together an album cover that's an homage to Bringing It All Back Home, and I was wondering if anyone would know the exact font used by Columbia?

Thanks! This is my first post on ER in 13 years. I kind of took a step back from online fandom after the DylanPool message boards collapsed.


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PostPosted: Tue March 8th, 2016, 23:41 GMT 

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RadioLiam wrote:
Hey good travellers, and fellow travellers, too.

I'm putting together an album cover that's an homage to Bringing It All Back Home, and I was wondering if anyone would know the exact font used by Columbia?

Thanks! This is my first post on ER in 13 years. I kind of took a step back from online fandom after the DylanPool message boards collapsed.

I've always thought the font was Times New Roman...
It looks like a font mostly used in the 1970s


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PostPosted: Wed March 9th, 2016, 05:56 GMT 
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If your first post after 15 years is about typesetting, I think you made the right decision
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PostPosted: Sat April 9th, 2016, 12:42 GMT 
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RadioLiam wrote:
Hey good travellers, and fellow travellers, too.

I'm putting together an album cover that's an homage to Bringing It All Back Home, and I was wondering if anyone would know the exact font used by Columbia?

Thanks! This is my first post on ER in 13 years. I kind of took a step back from online fandom after the DylanPool message boards collapsed.


I think it might be Newton Bold, a font from the 1930s, which is based on Times New Roman.


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