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Is it a proprietary typeface created just for the logo? is there anything close that you know of? I tried matcherator with no luck

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    Welcome! Hm, and that logo looks like? Do you have a screenshot of it or an link to it? – Mensch Jul 21 at 19:11
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Logos are often actually drawings. Even when they look out writing they can be outlined text and the outlines are here and there tweaked to make them unique. But this looks like Adobe Garamond Pro Bold, only kerned tightly.

  • Thanks a lot. It does look like it Indeed – Ayadi Ghait Jul 21 at 13:03

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