(distressed serif) Font ID, playse

The only distinguishable characteristic (that i can tell) is the uneven, brush-like stroke of the crossbar on the letter "A"

playse halp

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P.S. - this is for the yellow copy only! Ignore "CHOPS" as it's obviously Papyrus (a particularly dreadful typeface, no?)

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Here’s some help for how to post a sample of image:

http://typophile.com/node/18067

ha -no, i know. it just didn't like the first image that i uploaded (which remains a mystery being that it was the same image posted above, except the word "CHOPS" was cropped out...?)
things that make ya go "hmmmm"

anyone?
anyone?

...Bueller?

Autotracing a sample of a wide range of fonts with the settings very loose would result in this...

I think it's from a small selection of designers, starting with Arthur Baker, Philip Bouwsma or Cynthia Hollandsworth (?), who have done calligraphic fonts, such as Tiepolo, Hiroshige, Marigold and Trieste. I need to go searching a bit...

- Mike Yanega

After looking at everything I could find that was calligraphic I think this looks more like Arthur Baker's work than anyone else I could see. However, I could not find an exact match anywhere at MyFonts. Pretty close were P22 Matador, New Amigo, Duckweed and Oakgraphic (all at MyFonts, I got lazy making links). The only pretty close non-Baker font I found was Waters Titling, especially the condensed version.

If Bert's right about being able to do this with autotracing, then I would say Waters Titling might be my candidate, but in terms of actual fonts, Baker's work seems much closer in most stylistic details. It would be easy to believe this was a new Baker font.

- Mike Yanega

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Originally posted by: bowfinpw
"After looking at everything I could find that was calligraphic I think this looks more like Arthur Baker's work than anyone else I could see. However, I could not find an exact match anywhere at MyFonts. Pretty close were P22 Matador, New Amigo, Duckweed and Oakgraphic (all at MyFonts, I got lazy making links). The only pretty close non-Baker font I found was Waters Titling, especially the condensed version.

If Bert's right about being able to do this with autotracing, then I would say Waters Titling might be my candidate, but in terms of actual fonts, Baker's work seems much closer in most stylistic details. It would be easy to believe this was a new Baker font.

- Mike Yanega
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Yeah, I do remember Oakgraphic being one of the similar typefaces that i had bookmarked on myfonts, while searching for a match. I'll go take a look at the others you mentioned now and see what I can come up with.

Thanks for the research =)

-Amanda