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I searched this font letter, a capital T, during some hours and I did not find it. The type of font is formal. The second image is the original source, the flower is not part of the font.

Anyone know which font is? Thanks.

T letter

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    Hard to ID a font from 1 glyph. Kinda looks similar to fonts.adobe.com/fonts/sloop-script#fonts-section -- I think using "Formal" may be incorrect. It's clearly a script, but I'm not certain what "formal" would indicate.
    – Scott
    Nov 15 at 20:41
  • It is a T. Looks like a C but it is really a T. It is the unique letter I have. The rest of the text is another font.
    – svila
    Nov 15 at 20:44
  • Welcome to GD.SE!
    – Mensch
    Nov 15 at 21:32
  • Can you show the other letters? It's almost impossible to identify a font from one letter only. Are you sure this is a T? Is this a Latin script, or some other script such as Greek or Cyrillic? In Latin scripts a T would never look like a C. There's also a distinct possibility this is not a font. It's clearly from some embroidery work which may have been made entirely by hand. Not everything is a font you can download.
    – Billy Kerr
    Nov 16 at 13:32
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Since this is from a handmade item I doubt that its from an existing font rather that just Calligraphy from the person who made that . However , That was just my theory and you can check this useful website https://www.whatfontis.com . You can upload photos of fonts and it will tell you the name of it . hope it helps

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Finally, I used this font: https://www.etsy.com/es/listing/777952556/fairy-tale-embroidery-font-1-125-15-2-25?ref=yr_purchases

It is not exactly the same, but it is similar.

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