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can someone please help id this font? It'd be very very greatly appreciated!

Font id

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  • We have some special requirements for font ID questions. It would be great if you could review these and edit your question to supply the missing information. Thanks. – Billy Kerr Jun 1 at 9:23
  • If you only want to reproduce the same text, you don't need a font. Draw it in Illustrator or Inkscape. Only examine carefully the dimensions, double carefully the elevations of the horizontal parts of A, E, G and H. You can also outline some nearly same font, for ex. Sweet Sans Light and edit that drawing, if it's not close enough as is. – user287001 Jun 1 at 22:14
  • What the Font correctly identifies this as Sweet Sans Extra Light SC -- the letters are small capitals (which have slightly different proportions to the uppercase letters). – Andrew Leach Jun 4 at 17:03
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It's probably Sackers Gothic Light.

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