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Would anyone know the name of the typeface used for "Bonbons" and if possible the typeface used for the text above and below it? Online font identifiers like come close, but do not provide an exact match. https://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont suggested ITC Edwardian Script Std Bold and many others that are not exact.

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  • If you can't find a font through WhatTheFont's automated engine, you can submit your image to the forum and get lots of help there. – Mark Ransom yesterday
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Disclaimer: The other answer is more accurate and has more details.


The Bonbons font looks like from ITC Edwardian Script family. But like you said, it is a bit different. B looks different a bit.

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I found same on a website (not sure if it's legal or not) named blogfonts.com, but that matched a great deal:

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So I feel it could be an old version of font which is not available now. More details about this family are here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/typography/font-list/edwardian-script-itc


The second font (Maison Fondee text) is not so easy to find unless there's a better quality reference image. Vollkorn SC is a similar typeface that I found in Google fonts:

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Another similar I found on fonts.com is LTC Cloister Small Caps

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(I'm not sure about the font used for digits next to Maison Fondee text)

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  • Your first image is the reason I asked here. Notice the "B"? – jmenezes yesterday
  • @jmenezes yes. That is probably the latest font version. See second image. Do you think second image matches? – Vikas yesterday
  • The second image is a perfect match. Any idea what the font used for the text above and below Bonbons might be? – jmenezes yesterday
  • @jmenezes yes I have some idea :D but I didn't mention it because I'm not sure if that website is legal or not. I'm sharing it here. Explore it at your own risk: blogfonts.com/edwardian-script-itc.font – Vikas yesterday
  • @jmenezes I just found a disclaimer. If you will go to the footer of website, there's a disclaimer. Please read before you proceed. – Vikas yesterday
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I think this is Edwardian Script but the capital B is an alternate character. The Pro version you can buy on MyFonts includes it in a stylistic set if you look through the character set.

The inline font is a French typeface called "Le Moreau-le-Jeune". It's often been branded, not accurately, as "Caslon Openface" in English-speaking countries. This version is Letraset's Academy Engraved and has a higher x-height than most digital versions.

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    Oops. I missed this thing. Good job. – Vikas yesterday
  • I tried to find the smaller font a lot but failed. – Vikas yesterday
  • @Vikas I think the smaller font is Academy Engraved. – Mark Ransom yesterday
  • @MarkRansom nice :D I vaguely had a thought that the font has two lines instead of single stroke. I have edited my question. I want to apologize as I made a mistake. I'm very sure the font you suggested is almost match and a lot of chances that it is actually the font being used. You might want to add that as an answer :) – Vikas yesterday
  • @Vikas I didn't consider leaving an answer because I didn't notice the question was asking about all three lines! The top line is different from the other two and I don't have an answer for that. I'm sure I've seen that "M" before but can't remember. – Mark Ransom yesterday

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