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Please identify this font.
First place to look for this kind of stuff is dafont:
That is a good suggestion Jan, and it worked this time. If that doesn't find it, you might also try Part 11 (Everyday Hand Printing Fonts) of the Script Font ID Guide.
- Mike Yanega
I couldn’t find it in your Script ID Guide (???).
But apart from that your Font ID Guides are great ;-)
I didn't try to capture all of that style, because there are too many of them (See our FAQ #15). Most of the fonts I show in Part 11 have appeared in commercial products, and therefore I thought they would be more freqently seen.