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c. 1880s script typeface seen in Printers Exchange vol v.

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heffron

Hoping to track this down as a specimen or any info on this style of bottom-weighted script! I imagine it would be from an english foundry 1870s-80s

 

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Drew

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MissNobody

These were probably just local print. It would be better to ask locally about history, but I'm not sure about making it into a font per se. The most similar I could find would be: Seashore Pro

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