"The phone is a remarkably complex, simple device,
and very rarely ever needs repairs, once you fix them." - Dan/Panther
Quote from: RDPipes on Today at 04:17:07 AMI like that, I'll have to try Copperplate next time, its very close to Helvetica.Actually Copperplate is not much like Helvetica. Copperplate has little tiny serifs on the letters, Helvetica does not. Copperplate is the closest match to the font used by the Bell System in the days when they spelled out the exchange name. After that, they went to a sans-serif font. And this doesn't account for what independent telephone companies were using.
Quote from: SUnset2 on Today at 12:49:47 AMFor the early style, I use Copperplate (not bold or condensed) for the EXchange NAme. I then use a rubber stamp for the numbers. If I want it to look aged, I print it on ivory card stock.