Now we are getting there. Thanks. So the font for UNIQLO is the TTUniqlo Bold. The fonts are embedded in UNIQLO's pdfs and, as they are not protected by embedding restrictions, can be extracted with ease. Yes it is similar to the Korolev certainly when looking at the U N I Q L and O only but the lower cases are far from similar.
Identified font: TTUniqlo
That g may very well be the Chicago.
That s is the last glyph http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/typodermic/almonte/almonte/glyphs.html
In the November 1999 version it is the standard s.
In the BickhamScript Multiple Master this is the BickhamScriptFancy2. Now it is part of the otf version which can only be used by otf aware applications. Four or five, so a totally useless otf.
Edited on Jul 01, 2014 at 18:55 by Rodolphe
Edited on Jul 01, 2014 at 18:54 by Rodolphe
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