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Deadline close, client's corporate id designer unavailable, panic... I know you have been through this too. So help me please!
No, it must be something less sophisticated with no lower case (just small caps)... Thanks anyway.
Morning, The letter forms are similiar to a stretched Bee Three, or Bee Two but not an exact match. There are differences in the S and J.
Sorry Matjaz. I thought it might have been Heinrich Lischka's Noga, but it isn't.
David Thometz' Silvertone Woodtype and Max Kisman's Pacific Standard come reasonably close, but there's always some character that mismatches.
These are no small caps but reduced caps: the stroke width is narrower on the smaller caps. So it's possible the face has lowercase.
What is the source of this sample? I wouldn't be surprised if it was formed from a sign maker's vinyl stencils rather than a type designer. Note the significantly lighter 'V'.