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It looks like it's a custom alteration of an existing font, though I didn't pore through alternate glyphs the closest match I found was pretty darn close out-of-the-box - look especially at the formation of the R, C, L & V. I think if you start with that and then add custom work for the extensions on the D, G & V, you'll be there. Cinzel Black at ...


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Answer : It's Product sans or Google sans... but wait.... => this is mostly discussed font among many font related forums and sites that this font is downloadable? Yes!! you can download it from here and license says it's free for personal and commercial use! but is it truth?? => According to google this is clearly unavailable for uses! so even i suggest ...


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