It’s inside it, but yes, the blue is not liquid.
Bumping this thread to see if any progress has been made?
Pretty sure it is Monotype Century Schoolbook Regular from Linotype.
This would be available in 1981/1982 at the time of the production of The Wrath of Khan.
There are of course other online versions by other foundries, many for free, but if I was a betting man I would stick with the Linotype version since (as mentioned) that would most likely be the version l and likely used by the Paramount Art department.
Could be the Century Old Style variant (also by Linotype) as well (also available in 1981/1982).
Which looking at it some more, seems a closer match given the outward flaring of the serifs of the “T”.
Wow, you guys are fast.
On the original, the G has a descender, which doesn’t appear to be there in Century Old Style. However, it does seem to be there in Monotype Century Schoolbook:
The font Buddahaid suggested looks good too, as it seems to be lighter weight
I wonder if they aren’t actually different versions of the same font. I believe Myungjo is actually a Korean font that also happens to include English letters.
A little off topic.
I’ve been hunting forever to find a glass blower to reproduce some Decanters.
Do you know of any that you could share?
Just a thought, but you might check with Renaissance festivals and head shops for someone who is a glass blower. They are rare but many of them love a challenge.