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Pretty sure this is Kievit, but what about the 'o'?

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I've been trying to identify this font, and I think I've finally figured out that it's Kievit, but what about the 'o' with the decorative line underneath? Is that part of the font (a special glyph or alternate?) or do you think it was custom drawn? 

Thanks in advance for any answers and/or ideas! :)


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Riccardo Sartori

It’s not Kievit (look, for example, at |F| and |R|):

The blunt edges remind of the ubiquitous Brandon Grotesque (but it’s not).

That |O| could be an alternate character (I have seen similar ones), or just something created specifically for the logo.

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Try 'Merel' by Northern Block. I'm not at a work terminal so I can't check - but it looks close enough, the underscore 'o' is probably created specifically for this usage.

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