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A script font similar to brush fonts, but it's not - parts of the letters are thick, parts are thin.
it si italic type, but the D is not in one trace, and the A has a lower loop both are connected to the other letters
Tall serif font, looks vintage. When in initial position, letters get swirls and become somewhat different than when they are in the middle or end of the word.
This is an odd font. Some of the lower case letters are elongated and swirled at the top.
This unusual text is on a label reading Appalachian. It has "curvy" serifs. The horizontal lines are like swishes
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Letters are not even. Lines on tops and bottoms of every letter.
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