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    Help with identifying a font

    I hope this is the right place to post this, if not please don't ban me
    The font I'm looking for is the Serif font (italic and roman) in the attached picture.
    I've tried all online resources without any results.
    I hope someone can identify this. Thanks.
    (it seems i can not attach a file, here is the link)

    http://ismaelburciaga.com/wp-content/themes/ish_custom/images/web/nissan_journey_to_zero_2010.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coloredge View Post
    I hope this is the right place to post this, if not please don't ban me
    The font I'm looking for is the Serif font (italic and roman) in the attached picture.
    I've tried all online resources without any results.
    I hope someone can identify this. Thanks.
    Check your image link. That one's dead.

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    Sorren

    “Y” looks slightly different but other letters are quite close to this:
    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/reserves/sorren/

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    Junior Member Coloredge is on a distinguished road
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    I've sorted it out. For future reference, it is Baskerville Pro italic.
    Cheers.

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    Banned Kerin is on a distinguished road
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    Oh sorry, I misread and thought you were searching for the sans serif one!
    All these festive days are confusing me...

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    Looks like a Baskerville.

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    And the sans is Knockout.

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    PS IMHO the best 3 versions of Baskerville are:

    Baskerville Original Pro by Storm
    Baskerville 1757 by Fountain
    ITC New Baskerville

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    A cool resource to use when you're stuck identifying a font is this:
    http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/

    You upload an image containing text from the font you want to identify, and let the machine take its guess!

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    whatthefont.com

    Take a look at whatthefont.com

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    Identificar font

    Si es la condesada, podría ser:

    Steelfish, Placard MT, o GarageGhotic, se parece bastante a éstas.

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    Just a FYI, if everyone needs to know what typefaces are used in a website you can always use WhatFont in google chrome, just go to apps and download it into your chrome:) pretty handy!

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    Alternative, you can also check the name of the fonts at DaFont's forum

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    myfonts.com has a decent feature where you can upload an image and it will detect fonts for you. Their forum is also a pretty good resource.

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