Gothic San Serif with a cute terminals

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Matterhorn
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Akira Yoshino

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Can't find a perfect match but I'm pretty convinced some will have the answer. Closest I have would be mixing [[http://www.myfonts.com/search/kyrial|Kyrial]] Sans and Display. More alternatives: [[http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/wiescherdesign/supra-mezzo|Supra Mezzo]], [[http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/mti/tanseek-modern|Tanseek Modern]]

Can't find a perfect match but I'm pretty convinced some will have the answer. Closest I have would be mixing [[http://www.myfonts.com/search/kyrial|Kyrial]] Sans and Display. More alternatives: [[http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/wiescherdesign/supra-mezzo|Supra Mezzo]], [[http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/mti/tanseek-modern|Tanseek Modern]]

Can't find a perfect match but I'm pretty convinced some will have the answer. Closest I have would be mixing [[http://www.myfonts.com/search/kyrial|Kyrial]] Sans and Display. More alternatives: [[http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/wiescherdesign/supra-mezzo|Supra Mezzo]], [[http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/mti/tanseek-modern|Tanseek Modern]]

Those were good guesses, but still not the one. Anyone else has ideas?

Those were good guesses, but still not the one. Anyone else has ideas?

Let's look more closely at Kyrial. Top line is Kyrial Sans with lower case a modified to have a tail like Kyrial Display. Second line is Kyrial Sans. Third line is Kyrial Display.

The differences between modified Kyrial and the specimen image are almost imperceptible.
Don

@donshottype I really appreciate your analysis. But even the modified Kyrial Display still has some differences from the specimen image. The leg from "R" is not curved, as Kyrial. Also, the terminals are slightly different. See new specimen image comparison.

but again, thanks a lot!

Matterholn by Michael Cina and Matthew Desmond

Congratulations Akira on finding Matterhorn.
Just to clear up one point about Kyrial, I was NOT proposing that Kyrial display was the right typeface, I was proposing the modified Kyrial SANS [the top row] as the candidate. It does not have the curving bottom terminals on u and d. Leg on R seems straight. But I do not dispute your observation on the top terminals of a and s. So it's still not a match.
I hope you can find a way to get a legitimate copy of Matterhorn.
Don

I knew Akira would find this one! Congratulations, that looked too hard for me! I really thought it could have been a mixed of Kyrial Display and Sans (awfully close to Matterholn BTW) which, now I see the answer, looks to be the only solution, Matterholn being an exclusive typeface for Disney so most probably not available for licensing.