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Bell Gothic and Bell centennial are not a true typeface family, in the manner that say, Century, or Franklin Gothic are. Other than a common root name and client they are not structurally similar. I've edited the Bell Gothic article, moved it to "Bell Gothic", and largely rewritten the Bell Centennial text as a new article. I have also written an article on Richard Austin's 1788 serif face Bell. CApitol3 17:10, 4 December 2006 (UTC)