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Hi trying to find a fond with these characteristics. Particularly like the "G".
Thanks for your keen eye ; -)
Looks like a heavy weight of their own corporate font called "gleneagles" as seen on their website as Light.
That could be. In fact pretty likely ; -) But I feel as if I have seen it or something similar to it elsewhere. Ring a bell for anyone?
Mini serifed heavy sans was used as a design feature cira 1900. Sometimes called flareserif. A few modern uses of tiny serifs similar to the sample:
Steve Zafarana's Alphdog http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/tailspinstudio/alph-dog/,
Jim Parkinson's Modesto http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/parkinson/modesto/,
Leslie Usherwood and Steve Jackaman's Alexon http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/redrooster/alexon-rr/
Phil Martin's Agenda by URW http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/urw/agenda/ which makes use of the same serifs but only for about half the usual locations.
"gleneagles" font is copyrighted to Sedley Place.
Adding to Don's suggestions: Quorum, Newtext, Laudatio, Symbol, Havenbrook, Cantoria, Lady Copra Alternate, Beaufort
You guys rock ; -)
Modesto looks good and beaufort works as well!
Thanks for your help!!