Berlin Pankow tourism postcard Contributed by Stephen Coles on Jan 2nd, 2015. Artwork published in 1965. Source: www.flickr.com Image by “m.joedicke” on Flickr. License: CC BY-NC-SA. Typefaces Formats Ephemera (914) Topics Travel (619) Local (1039) Tagged withEast Germany (63)Berlin (68)postcards (132) Artwork location Germany (2943) Berlin (859) 1 Comment on “Berlin Pankow tourism postcard” Indra Kupferschmid says: Jan 2nd, 2015 9:58 pm Nice find! I recognize Lichte Kristall-Versalien by the middle stroke of E that seems longer than the top and bottom ones. Post a comment Name Email – will not be published Website Your response Submit Comment More in Local Rescue Rooms2020unknownContributed by Gareth Hague Munduko Arrozak #192022Vedia Design StudioClara Briones VediaAntton UgarteContributed by Antton Ugarte New York Subway Guide, 19761976Massimo VignelliContributed by Stephen Coles Staff Pick Sponsor More in Ephemera “Thank You for Shopping With Us!” plastic bagc. 2015unknownPhoto(s) by Nick Sherman on Flickr. Jack Reese QSL card1963unknownContributed by J.D. Loughead Frenchettec. 2020MuccaContributed by Sean O'Connor Bathboys湯 Recycling poster2020Ray MasakiBathboys湯Contributed by Florence Fu Staff Pick More Fonts In Use Hitchcock/Truffaut book cover1967J+M CondonJohn CondonMary CondonContributed by Herb Lubalin Study Center Staff Pick RococoDesignPracticeContributed by Stephen Coles Staff Pick Garden Museum2017PentagramContributed by Florian Runge Staff Pick Scheibler Mitte Events2008Marc KarpsteinDirk LauckeContributed by Stephen Coles Staff Pick Pizzeria Bebu identity2017ThirstBud RodeckerContributed by Stephen Coles Staff Pick Meister Eder und sein Pumuckl (1982) titles1982Bayerischer RundfunkContributed by Florian Hardwig Staff Pick Kink: Geography of the Erotic Imagination exhibition at the Museum of Sex2007PentagramMichael BierutJennifer KinonContributed by Darden Studio Staff Pick Afro-Tech and the Future of Re-Invention2017KoeperHerfurthContributed by Ten Ten Team Staff Pick
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Nice find! I recognize Lichte Kristall-Versalien by the middle stroke of E that seems longer than the top and bottom ones.