William Arthur or Crane T-522 from a wedding invitation

fkramer116's picture

I haven't figured out how to attach this. It says downloaded so I hope you can see it.

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donshottype's picture

Your image is a big blank with some difficult to find writing. It would be helpful if you could learn how to crop an image. Here it is, cropped and with improved contrast:


It's familiar font. I'll let another font detective have the fun of naming it.
Don

fkramer116's picture

Thank you Don for posting. I apologize for the size. I had trouble attaching the image as I was not able to view what was attached and not able to adjust the font. The original scan of the font was done in size 10 so quite surprise to see it here in such a large size.
I did not find the process easy and usually don't have trouble with the computer.
regards,
fkramer116

Mike F's picture

I dunno. I just went through all 9 pages of Mike Yanega's Elaborate or Ornate Script category and didn't see it. Another engraver's/stationery typeface that doesn't exist digitally perhaps?

donshottype's picture

My search -- using other sources -- was similar to Mike's experience.
We might consider some alternatives. Edwardian Script Pro http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/itc/edwardian-script/pro-regular/glyphs.html Monsieur La Doulaise http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/sudtipos/monsieur-la-doulaise/ Poppl Residenz http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/berthold/poppl-residenz-bq/ Flemish Script http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/bitstream/flemish-script/
Don

fkramer116's picture

Thanks for trying Mike. I did extensive search on line of fonts and could not come up with this.
Fkramer116

fkramer116's picture

I like the Edwardian Script Pro the best and have that in my Word program. I plan to use that if my posted script remains unknown.
I only have about a week before I need to start printing my envelopes for the wedding.
Thank you!
Regards,
Fkramer116

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