Part of a business card

jameeboo's picture

Cropped from a business card from a local business in Athens, TN - Better Built Transmissions Inc

Please help me figure out what this font is.

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DPape's picture

van Bronkhorst, Mark/MascotMVB (with lc size reduction)
http://www.mvbfonts.com/mvb_mascot/mvb_mascot/
OR:
ArtistofDesign AZ-Cut Script
https://creativemarket.com/Artistofdesign/1310-AZ-Cut-Script
Or: CastCraft Software/OPTISport-Script

donshottype's picture

Good finds Dick.
The original font designer is unknown. Various digital fonts based on it were produced over the years under names such as Spoleto [Novel], OPTISport Script, and Aktuelle [Brendel]. After an earlier comparison of these fonts I concluded that the OPTISport Script is probably an original digitization.
The business card probably used one of these versions, unless it used a predigital source.
The [unauthorized] archive of fonts from the defunct OPTI company states that the pre-digital original is _Athletic Script_. This is the name the embroidery companies now use for this script, but I can find nothing on Athletic Script as a regular font.
Mark Bronkhorst's Mascot MVB [2012] is probably the best quality digital version.
Mike Yanega's Script Font ID Guide has a character set of Spoleto http://bowfinprintworks.com/Script07Pg14.html
Here is a working link to AZ-Cut-Script https://creativemarket.com/Artistofdesign/1310-AZ-Cut-Script
As for the name of the font used in the card, might as well call it Athletic Script.
Don

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