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The DIN 1451 standard in Scripture is in Germany the default font for everything that has to do with traffic - well, except for the marital times :-) - and is similar in Austria and even in Greece (there but of course with Greek letters) used.

It was developed from the standard of the Prussian Railway Administration and published on patterning IV 44 font and has been updated several times. Thus, the small t got a bow and 6 and 9, the sheets were stolen. Thus the Prussian state railways labeled with the direct precursor of the DIN rail writing their vehicles. The labels were attached naturally in various plants - so they had to be very simple, only circular arcs and straight lines, so easy templates for common documents could be created so that all could use the same font. The German Reichsbahn also often used the width type. Still uses the German Bahn AG for technical inscriptions the standard DIN 1451 - font. However, with small modifications to the usual DIN 1451. This is also used in street signs and house numbers, and until 2000 also on German license plate. Furthermore, you can find them on insignia, which are also all have the same appearance. This can be achieved but only if a standard font is taken. Thus, the German army has it already though mostly used as stenciled with the typical bars. And also in advertising and graphic it still has its importance. Here now is the original version ...

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