German Fire Extinguisher Labels of WWII (Part 1)
Finely printed, down to the exact fonts seen on actual examples. Each label is carefully produced, more often with a combination of fonts (not just one singular type set) manually captured from real ones. At this level, one could make out some of the smaller text and appreciate the differences in font types. Proper tan colour is used on the tan label (not substituted by yellow, an added cost but well-worth the effort for accuracy sake). An interesting highlight is the label with red (it's data plate printed in silver over black), this is from an example produced by Concordia Dortmund. Finally, the set also includes a smaller yellow label (never produced in this scale before), which is often placed on the sides of the extinguishers. Each set comes with 10 labels, divided over 5 styles. Silver is actually brighter in nature, which can't be scanned into this image.