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What's this font?

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I usually use whatthefont.com to figure this kind of thing out, but when I went to upload the image, the interface wasn't able to "see" the letters.

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Take a look at the attached image. What are the fonts being used? Any ideas?
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It's hard to tell exactly because of the antialiesing and the size of the sample, but off hand, I would guess Eurostyle Bold Condensed over Eurostyle regular.
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That was it! Thanks!
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