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Please read Guidelines for font identification questions and How can I automatically determine fonts used in an image or PDF? for the next time. This font was immediately recognized from your image by What Font Is as Hermes, from Borutta:
That's such a famous font it even has its own Wikipedia page (albeit lacking citations). MyFont's WhatTheFont also identifies it easily.
I'd say this is handmade. Grab a pen and do it yourself.
Try New Century Schoolbook Bold Italic with -40 tracking - Very close a little bit of fiddling with kerning and no body will know the difference!
It is Century Schoolbook Bold Italic (mine's just distorted cause I didn't scale proportionally)
Though it is not matching at 100%, I think that the XXII YeahScript in some degree reflects the spirit of the font in question.
it could be Stars_From_Our_Eyes free font:
This looks like a Futura to me.
Probably you will like some another script with some similarities... i.e. Anglia Script:
Given the era and the slight imperfections between similar letters (such as the 'i') this does not appear to be a font but hand lettering.
It could be Times New Roman Condensed Bold, a bit modified maybe. //EDIT: It actually is Times New Roman Condendsed Bold – with a horizontal scale of 79%. I compared the font not with the picture you posted (because the quality is so bad), but the Cover of the Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works. The A and the G is slightliy different, because I have the ...
Another one that is quite similar is the Jane Austen font. Unfortunately I cannot provide a link where to download it, because I have lost all my resources websites when I had to change my pc
It looks close in some degree to an inverted brother of Sculptura font:
Probably Regina font might be a close match: The Hoof line font shares some similarity too:
It looks like Josefin Sans to me. The lowercase "e" is pretty distinctive.
That font looks like Brandon Grotesque.
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