Help with font identifying?

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 17, 2017 Jul 17, 2017

fonts.com has the right Victorian available starting at $35.

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I've used this site with some success: WhatTheFont! « MyFonts

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Thanks, me too--not on this attempt though. Victorian..if I can find a site that just doesn't load spam, now.

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fonts.com has the right Victorian available starting at $35.

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It would probably help to have a few more letters. From your duplicate thread, it looks like you have some more available to use:

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I would highly recommend going into Photoshop, separating the lines a bit so that they don't intersect (in fact, I'd make the letters black on a white background), and straightening the letters! If they're at an angle like this, font identifying software is going to have a problem. So tilt it so things that should be at a right angle are.

Also, try Font Squirell's font identifier. But AFTER you try what I suggested with WhatTheFont (and with the changes made too so it's straight, separated, and black and white).

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