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This is Mouse Deco by Steve Ferrera. I recognized it as an "Art Deco" style font, so I started by browsing the deco tag at MyFonts. Since aestet reported that WhatTheFont didn't work, I suspected that it was because the font was non-commercial so I instead searched for "deco" at dafont and found it right away. When searching, it helps to look for ...
It's "Abraham Lincoln", designed by Frances MacLeod and available for purchase/download at LostType: "Abraham Lincoln" at 136pt and "Tracking" increased to 92; the first "R" is slighly off - this easily fixed with some manual kerning; set in Adobe Illustrator Edit: Here are some tutorials describing how to create the diagonal line pattern used in the ...
Not an exact match, but these two have a sort of similar style: Kaleko 205 Round Booster Next FY
Adding to the answer given by Ilan: The "variation" Ilan mentions really is Menlo Bold (which - as I just realized after writing up all of this :/ - he wanted to fix this in this edit to his answer, but apparently something went wrong). Furthermore, as Menlo is based upon Bitstream Vera Sans Mono and Deja Vu Sans Mono, let us take a look those, too: ...
If this is on the web somewhere as copy (as opposed to in an image) you can use this handy tool: FOUNT It is a bookmarklet that you drag to your browser and it scan the dom for the font-family tags and help you identify a font. This is a must have for anyone who wants to know on the fly what a page uses for fonts. A follow up tool would be the commented ...
I'm assuming you're looking for free fonts. You can try these: Vampiro 1: Lobster: Or browse around Font Squirrel for free script, calligraphic, and handwritten type.
You may use www.myfonts.com to look for it. Suggested by the site, it is Regan from The Northern Block Regan. Or you may access the results here ...
i don't know what the font is, it's pretty generic, i looks like you could find it in Dafonts handwriting section http://www.dafont.com/theme.php?cat=603 here's a tool i've used before with good results in identifying typefaces, http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/
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