Condensed caslonish font with soft spiky serifs (loosely close to Selune)

Ryuk's picture

I'm trying to identify this type, used for a boutique woodmark. Close to Sélune but definitely not it... Any help or suggestion for close similar would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

oldnick's picture

This thing is all over the place: the weight of the C and T don't match the other characters and the curves on the U are uneven. I suspect that it's a freeware font to which a white stroke has been added to lighten it up...

Ryuk's picture

Thanks a lot Nick for your answer. You're probably right about a font mixing and an outline stroke to contrast the font... I would really like to know which these fonts could be, even free. A, R and T are so elegant...

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