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Here is the full glyph set of Dreamline, scanned from a 1974 Mecanorma catalog.
Note that ‘C’, ‘J’ and ‘L’ are virtually congruent. ‘9’ appears to be a flipped ‘P’. See also ‘S’ and ‘Z’ (but not ‘2’). With the ambiguous forms, Dreamline’s glyphs can be repurposed — in this example ‘P’ is passed off as lowercase ‘e’. They can also lead to misreadings, though: In an eBay offer, the song titles of this Jimi Hendrix single are given as “Get Me Light Your Fire” / “The Burning Of The Midnight Game”.
Dreamline was Mecanorma’s contribution to the 1960s/70s wave of typefaces that are likely based on Alfred Roller lettering or another source derived from Roller’s work, such as Wes Wilson’s posters. Design-wise, it is not the most refined interpretation, but thanks to the popularity of Mecanorma’s dry-transfer sheets, it probably has been put to use more often than others.
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