The fonts you want are the real names - and are A&S fonts - for Art and Sign Studio.
Fuente identificada: Rhino
I think this is another Google font - do you use those a lot?
and for those who would like to know the script.
Looks like it was related to Avenida.
Take that back - the font has "alternatives" makes sense for the E
Editado el 18/08/2013 a las 14:30 por Heron2001
and someone clipped the "S"
The original font was definitely Crystal in my heyday. I saw you wrote that and I smiled - because as soon as I saw your sample, I knew it as Crystal.
The closest I've come to "Crystal" in digital form is Font Font's Scala Jewel Crystal Regular - it is heavier, clunkier, but tends to suffice. https://www.fontfont.com/fonts/scala-jewel/crystal-regular
If you are looking for something similar - that maybe Castellar will help you - if you feel ambitious, it's easy to draw in the "third" line. http://myfonts.us/td-h16K06
Meanwhile, I keep looking to see if maybe someone has created it this for digital use.
Fuente identificada: Crystal
Editado el 16/08/2013 a las 14:05 por drf
I think this might do the trick.
and the "M" is Nuptial Script....
Editado el 14/08/2013 a las 17:37 por drf
It reminds me of New Yorker - but Apple makes a font called Fox - I don't know where you can find it on the internet - but it might already reside in your computer's system folder.
Fuente identificada: Apple Fox
Editado el 13/08/2013 a las 16:47 por drf
It seems to be Lucida Sans Demibold - that the designer extended manually for this logo.
This is close - the E is identical.
Editado el 11/08/2013 a las 18:16 por Heron2001
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