[WWI] Free Serial Number Fonts for free
mkendix at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 27 18:29:30 EDT 2011
Weier may not be able vouch for you since he's a bit gone from watching too many Arsenal matches, but I will.
I recall you dabbled a little in decal production previously - in fact I still have a small sample of the A-H sworls you sent me.
Anyhow, welcome back.
> From: guitar.guitar at earthlink.net
> To: wwi at wwi-models.org
> Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2011 11:42:30 -0700
> Subject: [WWI] Free Serial Number Fonts for free
> Hello Good People,
> Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Mike "modelhound" Franklin
> in Bellingham, WA. USA..
> Many of you my know me from the WW-1 modeling web forums.
> I used to be an active member of this august body but alas it has
> been a long long while since I posted here. I call upon my long
> time friend Shane Weier to vouch for my bonifides. Shane, you do
> remember me don't you?
> I have a couple of things of interest to WW-1 aeromodelers
> available. The first of these are free. Four true type font sets
> of the Serial Number Fonts used on the Fokker, Albatros, Pfalz
> and Austro-Hungarian aeroplanes. You can see samples here:
> There is also a copy of the poster I did explaining
> the workings of the Nieuport Sesquiplane ailerons.
> To get these fonts, email me at:
> guitar.guitar at earthlink.net
> and put 'fonts' in the subject line. I will email to you
> the four fonts as attachments.
> Lastly, I have printed using my ALPS printer
> Morane-Saulnier cowl logos in the three scales.
> These are done in gold foil and look really good.
> The 1/72 is readable with the naked eye. To get these
> email to me at the above address, and put 'logos'
> in the subject. These have a cost of $2.00 for
> 6 copies of any one scale, plus $1.00 postage
> to the USA and $2.00 postage to the rest of the world.
> When you email me I will send you the scoop on how to
> order these.
> These logos are just the thing to put the finishing touch
> on the Special Hobby, Eduard and Revell Type N's. Or any
> other WW-1 Morane-Saulnier aeroplanhe for that matter.
> Thank you for your time,
> Mike Franklin
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