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It looks like a homemade font that resembles Murray Hill done with a felt tip pen.
- Mike Yanega
I thought it was one of the dinc typefaces....
That cap D reminds me of one of those CAC scripts.
Thanks. Where could I find those?
"CAC" was Create-A-Card, from American Greetings. According to this site, these kits may no longer be sold. I have a bunch of the CAC fonts in my Script Font ID Guide, but this apparently isn't one that I have.
I did a search on 'CAC' with Fontseek and saw one called 'Pinafore' that resembled this at first glance, but it turns out to be more of a connected script.
The CAC idea might still be right, but my search didn't find it.
I can't find anything either. I think the font which I was thinking of was really Nevison Casual. But that isn't a match. :^( Sorry.
Would it help if I added a larger sample (more characters)?
If this is from a greeting card, it's likely to be custom lettering. (Unusual product line, if it is :))
It is. I got in contact with the publisher of the card.
thanks for all your help.
Back to the drawing board...