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It looks vaguely like Playbill but as done by machine-tooled printing press pieces, giving a rougher, uneven look.

Thanks for your post.. I originally thought Playbill as well but there are some notable differences...

For the A N and V all have additional slab type serifs on them that Playbill does not.

The K in my sample has the angular lines meeting in the middle of the vertical line whereas the Playbill K the lower angled line connects to the upper angled line.

I can't imagine this being a custom font but for the life of me can't figure this one out.

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