Script face used by Cleveland-based financial corp.

marcox's picture

My script knowledge isn't what it should be. Can anyone ID this face? Thanks!

Bald Condensed's picture

It's not Voluta Script... :^/

pattyfab's picture

Nor Cezanne.

pattyfab's picture

Nor Dearest

Miss Tiffany's picture

Nor Dear Sarah

Bald Condensed's picture

Just so to prove we're looking. :^D

pattyfab's picture

I was trying to find Dear Sarah and tried every name I could think of (Dear Susan, Dear Prudence) I was going nuts.

wish I had time to page thru the script ID guide but there are too many.

marcox's picture

Thanks for your help so far, fellow Typophiles!

I meant to mention earlier that I've gone through all of the Veer scripts, and leafed through the script section of Linotype's new A-Z book, to no avail. The yellow FontBook is next...

Stephen Coles's picture

Those 's's are so damn Cezanne. Dose someone have Pro for a thorough glyph check? The fact that it's not connecting may negate that possibility though.

pattyfab's picture

It looks so P22 but I couldn't find it on their site.

paul d hunt's picture

it's NOT Cezanne, the Y and y are totally out of character

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