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Those fonts were the standard Baseball fonts throughout the early 30's and 40's. Join www.sportslogos.net in the forum section. there is a thread there where almost every MLB font can be downloaded, including the RedSox front jersey letters. The back name letters and Numerals are also available. the font for the numbers is MLB RedSox, for the Front of jersey script, it is MLB Tuscan.

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Q: What were the fonts used for the numbers on the back of the Boston Red Sox and the California Angels' jerseys of the early Seventies?
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