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    Hi all,

    I am looking for a typeface similar to the one in the logo of a famous Viennese patisserie/cafe chain called Aida. Attached is a picture of one of their shop front signs that nicely illustrates what kind of typeface/font I am looking for: a very simple, bold, cursive and slightly italicised font. I particularly love that all the elements of the font (stem, spine, bowl,...) are more or less the same width.

    Their website is aida.at but I should say that the logo on their website looks slightly different. I'm looking for a font similar to the one in the attached shop sign. Any help would be massively appreciated!

    Many thanks,
    Bernadette
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