(x) Couture elegant script - Sloop Script {Jan E}

Radiculous's picture

Hi font gods of typophile I am yet stuck / stumped on this particular font face.. As I have no clue what it is...

Help?

I Know this should be easy for you guys.. :D thank you so much

Radiculous's picture

dayumm!! that was quick! thanks a million Jan! :D how the hell do you do it? :)

Florian Hardwig's picture

Witchcraft!
Just look at his glasses … don’t they have a familiar ring?

Jan's picture

Just returned from a short trip on my broom ...

Unfortunately my wand is being repaired at the time (overuse). So had to look at Bowfin’s Script ID Guide.

;-)

Marten Fischer's picture

ROTFL! You guys just made my day! :^)

bowfinpw's picture

That would be the way Hermione would find it -- using reference works.

- Mike Yanega

Jan's picture

Well, I do try to avoid acting any way Hermione would. The girl’s just such a NERD. But if my wand fails (or is due for inspection) and I have to fall back on using reference works Bowfins’s ID Guides are sure one of my first choices.

Thanks Mike.

Florian Hardwig's picture

Regarding the ‘C’/‘T’ in this French school script, I wonder what a Frenchman would read:

sim's picture

A french people will read Couture, Torture or Corture (the last one means nothing in french). The C and T are really closer and could be interpretated as the same letter. Lot of handlettering typeface has this kind of duality.

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