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I was asked to post one question per logo....so here we are :

We can't get the information from our designer, so we are trying to find out what fonts were used in these different logos. I have tried using 10 different font identifiers and can't seem to get to a "close match". For the purpose, I have removed the "emblem" part of the logo.

Thanks in advance for your help !

DOCTUS PRO MARIA DEPUIS 1233

  • Possible duplicate of Trying to find the font used in these different logos – Scott Mar 22 '17 at 22:44
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    @Scott It's part of our font ID requirements to ask about one font per question. Hence why she asked this question – Zach Saucier Mar 22 '17 at 22:56
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    This is definitely an Uncial font. The closest that I have got so far is Boyd Uncial, but the letters A and M do not match. – Mick Mar 22 '17 at 23:50
  • I'm beginning to wonder if the letter M is from another font, since its serifs and terminals are different. If so, this may also be true for the letter A. – Mick Mar 23 '17 at 0:01
  • Thanks Mick....desperately trying to get hold of the graphist ;) – Annie-Claude Peniguel Mar 23 '17 at 0:30
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Thanks for all your help. I have found my answer ! There is 3 fonts used in this logo 1) Mearschaum 2) Scotford for the "M" 3) A= Thor font for the "A"....Now I have to tweak everything in Photoshop for it to look the same and be reusable in all our publications ;)

And sorry since I dont have "10 reputation" I can't post the 3rd link to the "Scotsford" Font

Mearschaum Font

Thor Font

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