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  • Yet another font ID

    Hello fellow creatives,

    Can anyone identify this particular font or close to it.
    Many thanks as always,
    Shave
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    Baeur?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bradsc1954 View Post
      Baeur?
      Baeur appears to be too sharp edged.

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