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So I've used all of the "font identifying" apps on the web I could find, and none of them gave me a close matching result. I've even edited the photo so that the character color is darker than the background and erased a tiny bit of the font so the matcherator could identify the individual characters easier, but no luck.

as the font appears in embroidery

darker character colour and character seperation

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Motion Picture from myfonts.com.

Motion Picture

I guess the w from the question image is an alternative glyph for the embroidery, it looks like two letters u with negative tracking.

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    Out of curiosity: how do you know? Have you already worked with this font? Do you know/remember lots of typefaces? Are you superefficent at searching for specifics? – BlueWizard Aug 31 '18 at 20:38
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    @BlueWizard 😉 I work with typographies for many years, in terms of searches I know some tricks, such as putting in Google search the family, the style, and some formal characteristic. In this particular case, the letter s is very special to start a formal searching. – Danielillo Aug 31 '18 at 20:48

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