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    13 matches comment This is not Waldorf. I have a vague recollection of having seen it before (or something similar). Maybe one of those CorlDrw7 packaged fonts that I vowed never to use. Whatthefont wasn't very helpful. I've also browsed through Decorative, Floral, Art Deco, and Celtic categories here (which should cover it), but I haven't found anything similar. Your help will be appreciated. Thanks
    12 matches comment Does anyone know of a font similar to AmSans? Here is a sample...
    11 matches comment I really like this font, but it's not free so I'm wondering if there's any other fonts that are similar or the same as this one.
    11 matches comment Looking for the font like this. Doesn't have to be exact, but something similar. Any Font Pros out there have any suggestions? Thank you!
    3 matches comment OK, 4th attempt to post this... I'm after a font that's very like Eras but without the slight curve and slant. Example attached, many thanks in advance for any clues
    10 matches comment Hi I'm looking bernard mt condensed for free or a similar font. Can anyone help me out? Thanks
    11 matches comment I really like this font, it's got all of the nice features of Myriad, but a little softer (notice the slopes). And it's a nice weight, slightly lighter than a Myriad Black. I tried Identifont, but it came up with ITC Legacy, which is definitely not it :-). Thank you in advance!
    9 matches comment I've been scouring the net for free versions of the fonts used in the Fancy Nancy books. I've located "Andes," which is similar to "Plaza" (used to write "Nancy,") but I can't find a free font similar to "Fontesque" (used to write "Fancy.") Anyone know of a free font (here or elsewhere) that comes close to "Fontesque?"
    8 matches comment I am looking for a free font similar to this one. Has anyone got an idea? Thanks in advance for your help!
    1 matches comment I have no clue how they made 'news'. The n and w can very well be Dax. I would opt for the medium but that is close enough to bold. The 'e'? No idea. I don't know it and can't find it. The 's' looks a lot like the Eras or one of it's many 'variations'. But if they use Dax they probably do not use an Eras copy. Sorry, can't help you any further.

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