Magnetic Ink is Photo-Lettering’s adaptation of Moore Computer (#4463), distinguished by an unmodulated ‘O’, an ‘I’ with thick top and bottom, and a ‘V’ with a straight left side. Already used in 1969. Later extended with a lowercase (#8367) and three bolder weights, 5–7 (#8368–8370). [PLINC One-Liner] The sample shows Magnetic Ink 6.
The original caps-only style was licensed to Mecanorma who sold their adaptation for dry transfer lettering as Magnetic. [1971 ad]
No known digitization.