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
Cheer looks like a Machine Bold that has been tri-outlined.
Editado el 11/08/2013 a las 17:27 por Heron2001
I saw this when you first posted and wondered if anyone would identify it.
If you are in a pinch - the closest I could find for People was Freestyle Script: http://myfonts.us/td-DfpGTZ
Barbour is Avenir 95
with a y and o that has been modified for the logo.
and someone inserted a real apostrophe. yay!
I'm not 100% sure but I think this is Mrs. Eaves
If you look at the "glyphs" you will find toward the bottom - the "ST" which can only be seen in Open Type. http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/emigre/mrs-eaves-ot/ot-roman/glyphs.html#glyphs/423774/994
Editado el 06/08/2013 a las 13:04 por drf
Which font were you looking for - there are three fonts in your image.
M - Edo
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