Some scripty distressed display face

I got no clue…you?

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I’d hazard a guess that it’s calligraphic lettering, and not a font.

It does remind me a bit of Treefrog though…

I thought of treefrog too — checked whatthefont — still nothing. It’s gotta be a font. — the full part of this logo has identical letterforms in other words. e’s , s’s and a’s all the same.
it’s driving me nuts — that no one knows this one — as I’m to do the french version of the nameplate.

too many display faces out there you know, you’d need a rather big noggin to know them all — but I’m hopeful that the collective brain called typophile will help. pretty please with a cherry on top.

<font class=”dontLookLikeCrap”>full seen here — the O looks like that illustrator brush default…but the rest I donno





don’t mind the other stuff — I have nothing to do with it</font>

oh crap — upon closer look I think you might be right. the a’s are different. the F’s are slightly different — but I’m hoping that that’s just because the designer was a good one and altered from a font. please say it’s so.

I’m sorry to disappoint you Tanya, but personally
I’ve got a hunch this is skillfully hand lettered.
:-(

Yeah, all three of those LC a’s are subtly different.