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    WWW (www) Ligature

    Hi!

    Im sure I've seen a www ligature in a comtemporary sans serif font but
    now I can't seem to find it again.

    Anyone here who knows about a sans serif font with a www ligature.

    Thanks a lot!

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    Anyone, please?

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    Would you accept this?


    I know Avant Garde has "Smart W's" (reciprocal angles) but so far all I've been able to find on the matter is this image here - which I don't believe is from an actual typeface but more of a custom fix. I could attempt a WWW ligature if you want... OR, you could search 'www' on myfonts.com with ligatures and discretionary ligatures selected which I've setup here:
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