(x) Help.... can someone Identify this Script Font? / AB initials - Annabelle, Jeffriana {Mike Y, Jason Walcott}

jb4home's picture

see attached...
can anyone help identify what font was used for the AB-- I need to match and recreate this and add some matching type.

jb4home's picture

Help.... can someone Identify this Script Font?

see attached...
can anyone help identify what font was used for the AB-- I need to match and recreate this and add some matching type.

akira1975's picture

Your image is in CMYK. I uploaded your image in RGB.

jb4home's picture

thanks....
my browser reads either - so I didn't realize...

Any help with the Font?

tks
jb

bowfinpw's picture

I got this question as an e-mail and said I wasn't sure if it was a font. I looked through Part 1 of my Guide and think it may be a modification of Jukebox's Annabelle. At least the A seems right and the B is similar. Perhaps the B was redrawn to be simpler?

- Mike Yanega

Fontgrube's picture

Interesting, I had the same feeling - the A looked familiar while the B looked kinda DIY :-) ... more like a "German double s" "ß". Maybe it's as simple as that. Unfortunately the test drive at veer.com only renders basic Latin chars.
Andreas

bowfinpw's picture

I thought maybe the B was 'simplified' from Annabelle. Andreas, did you check the character map at Veer?

- Mike Yanega

J Walcott's picture

Time for me to weigh in here... The "A" is indeed from Annabelle. The "B" is the capital B from my 'Jeffriana' font. Both letters are unaltered and appear here as they do in the fonts. Glad I could clear this up. :)

Florian Hardwig's picture

Very helpful! Thanks, Jason.

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