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Although the P is very similar to Juliet, it's not identical. I know it will be very difficult with just 2 letters (P & C) but that's all I've got. I'd appreciate if someone with Jaspert's Encyclopaedia of Typefaces could check it in that great resource. Or maybe some experienced gurus here from the letterpress era could help. This means a lot to me.
Just an update:
Finally, I have found another letter of this beautiful script i.e. the capital "I". I think it is from the 1950s or 60s because a logo (see below) in which I found the same "C" is from that era.
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