Chalk and Alder Script


Please some help id-ing this tasty script font.


My vote is hand-drawn. One 'l' looks slightly longer than the other one (or my eyes are off calibration) and the fit seems too planned for a font.

- Mike Yanega

Reminds me of Metroscript (/& looks pretty close) but it would need a lot of work to get there...
Alternative: Playball

This seems to be very close: Ricardo Rousselot (Edy Type), Bambola -- wrong /& and using alternate /l.

As usual, great find, Dick!

Thanks foy your input guys.