Font Identification needed!

Can someone help me find out the name of this font?


Linotype Aroma is very close, but there's not much unique there.

It could also be a unique/proprietary font built-in to embroidery software or hardware. Whether a computer font or embroidery, the actual digitization and stitching allows for, and sometimes even causes, variations. For example, the 'C' in your image has two distinctly different terminations.

- Herb

Thanks Herb, but my dificulty is find the A M font (the bigger letters) ...

John Handy by my mate Tomothy Donaldson.

Thank you for your precious help