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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.
It has some similarities to a font called Bethany. I suspect that it's been manually condensed, looking at the vertical weights vs the horizontal and diagonals.
Font from the '70s? Slanted "e" similar to "Star Trek", vertical bars in "a", "d", "n", and "r" don't reach beyond curves
To me this font looks like the dreaded Comic Sans . It appears on the cover of a Laserdisc - produced in 1988/89 and manufactured and released in 1990.
Similar to Trebuchet or Guildford but with H and E horizontal bar above center (but not F). Appears in early 1940s Coca-Cola ads in magazines.
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The Spazio Marble appears to be a different font than "Luxury In Stone" when looking at the S and E.
The Spazio Marble is bold while "Luxury in Stone" is a thiner type font.
Dec 17, 2017
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Dec 18, 2017
Is it this logo?
Dec 20, 2017
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