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Hi, can anybody tell what serif font is being used in the logo at http://www.state.gov/ ("U.S. Department of State")?

Also, same question for data.gov. Thanks.

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tkalve 30
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Trajan Regular?

Answered over 9 years ago by tkalve
  • Thanks tkalve, I just looked at Trajan Regular and it sure appears to be the same. Do you know if it's supposed to be free? I see Adobe sells it but a quick search turned up a download on one of the free sites. ctd over 9 years ago
  • According to WhatTheFont (http://new.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/) it is Trajan Regular and also similar to Humana Serif ITC Light. It appears that both fonts need to be purchased, but I bet you can find a similar free font at Font Squirrel (http://www.fontsquirrel.com/) Mottie over 9 years ago
  • Fudgey: Thanks. One of the first search results for Trajan Regular appeared to have a direct download (I got as far as a save dialog) but I'm not sure about the licensing. Thanks for posting WhatTheFont--I tried another site (can't remember the name; it asks repeated questions about the font's characteristics) but wasn't able to narrow it down. I'll mark this answered. ctd over 9 years ago