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I'm trying to find a font similar to Casablanca Book Condensed which you can test drive.

Casablankca Book Condensed

What I'm trying to find to match the 'S':

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Ultimately I'm looking for something free but the cheaper the better. I've tried to look through Google Fonts but didn't find anything that matched what I was looking for. Any suggestions would be helpful!

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  • Are you looking for a font that will be used for text/headlines, or just the 's' for a logo or piece of art? Apr 2 '14 at 18:24
  • Logo and image files. Apr 2 '14 at 18:33
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Try Fiesta Font:

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Not identical, but free and close.

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  • "Free for personal use"
    – SaturnsEye
    Apr 3 '14 at 14:31
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Romeo Condense Medium, on myfont.com http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fontbureau/romeo/mediumcondensed/

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  • That's about the same price as Casablanca Book Condensed but thank you for the suggestion! Apr 2 '14 at 18:34
  • this seems to be another option, site seems a little sketch though ufonts.com/fonts/romeomediumcond.html Apr 2 '14 at 18:38
  • Yeah they want me to install an application to 'download' the font. I think i'll take a pass xD Apr 2 '14 at 18:44
  • there is an option to select the TTF Apr 2 '14 at 18:48
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    @Howdy_McGee If I could downvote the ufont link, I would. There's no way that download is approved by the Font Bureau (the people who made the font). Someone here is welcome to correct me but that's almost certainly a pirated file.
    – Brendan
    Apr 2 '14 at 19:02
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You could see if one of these suits you:

Deco Tech

Mouse Deco

In general, you're looking for a geometric font. The keyword deco will help you too.

As always, with free fonts, make sure you have the proper license to use the font in your setting.

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This may be a silly suggestion, and forgive me if it is. But why not - if you plan on using the font solely for images - create the shapes yourself? That way, you can't go cheaper.

Note: I am not suggesting to obtain/clone it, simply mimic it in actual Bézier curves.

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