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Arbesco is very similar, but I'd need a larger sample to be sure....

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The reason Arbesco is so similar is that it's nearly a copy of Lexicon, which is likely why it is no longer on the market.
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Thanks for the information, Stephen. Both Identifont and Fonts in Use have outdated purchase links for Arbesco. I should have checked out Luc Devroye's page on DTP first:

A Typophile thread on DTP:
http://www.typophile.com/node/33801

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