Are you looking for the name of a font or a character? Do upload an image or picture that helps us identify it.
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That lettering looks hand drawn (i.e. not a font). Even ignoring the painted appearance of the colouring, there is a clear difference in the shapes forming the /N and the /U. If you examine this picture, you'll see that there are two occurrences of /N which differ from each other; there are also (smaller) examples of /M and /S where the shapes are not the same.
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