HELP : Ultra Light Classical Typeface ID : I'm Going CRAZEE !

Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic's picture

Cheers all my fellow typophiles,

I'm having trouble finding a suitable proxy for this beautiful typeface seen in this attachment.
It may indeed be custom but would any of you be able to recommend a suitable Proxy or Look-a-Like ?
It almost looks like an Ultra Light ITC Tiffany with it's angled terminals - maybe an anemic Baskerville ?

Not sure on this one but would love to have your opinion and recommendations on this ! ^_^

Please do chime in !

Many thanks in advance !!!

lex

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joejohnson9182's picture

The E, F, A, and P look like something straight off of Times Roman, except super thin. That T is throwing me off a little bit...

bowfinpw's picture

I think the shape of the T, C (two serifs), E & F all remind me of Caslon. It's as if someone added just enough white stroke to make the letters all but disappear. Of course, the font may have been drawn this way. Something seems very familiar about this whole question.

- Mike Yanega

bowfinpw's picture

It's not a match, but it has some of this feeling: Finura.

- Mike Yanega

Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic's picture

Thank You All for your helpful insights !

I agree, it has the feel of all those classic faces, Caslon, Times but I've never seen a version so thin.

Mike - Thanks for sending the link to Finura - it's definitely close in style...

Does anyone have any other recommendations for a similar typeface ?
Would love to hear - THANKS !

lex

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