The A looks like the Gandalf but isn't exactly.
Durrow looks better, just the H and that weird upside down S.
Art fits. The H or h maybe a modification of another font and I am almost convinced that the S or s is upside down, also from another font.
The s is the Durrow too, and, indeed, flipped and mirrored.
Edited on Sep 17, 2010 at 10:17 by koeiekat
On second, third, fourth thought it is not the Durrow. The Durrow lacks the tiny serifs in the sample image. I'll keep on searching.
Southern Software Inc. had the Umber (unique identifier FontMonger:Umber SSi) that has the serifs AND the upside down S but not the correct T.
I am beginning to believe that the H in this logo was made out of two times the I.
We are probably there, Mouth by Christine Mauerkirchner und Rainer Grunert.
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