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Zador logo font identification challenge.

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Riccardo Sartori

Unsurprisingly, the logo is most probably a custom job rather than an off-the-shelf typeface. To look into alternatives, I had to make a number of assumptions:

  1. For “free” you intended “free for commercial use”.
  2. For “similar” you intended in particular the open inline treatment.
  3. That modifying a bold (either filled or closed inline) serif wasn’t an option.

That said, the best option I found is @gluk’s Prida36, which unfortunately is, to say the least, way lighter than your sample (there are plenty of other OFL li­censed bold decorative typefaces on his site, though).

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