The sign of the South Bay Plaza shopping center in National City, California uses letterforms based on Company. The futuristic semi-slab face with Art Nouveau overtones was designed by Martin Wait and released by Letraset in 1978. It’s here used in all caps, with its alternate H and Y. Chances are that the sign dates back to the late 1970s or 1980s, as Company wasn’t widely available after the demise of rub-down type. Wait himself made a digital revival in 2012, shortly before his death.