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John Lee (Introduction to Smooth Manifolds) seems to use some package that Detexify doesn't know for his curly letters. Here are some examples:

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Does anyone know how to generate these letters?

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According to mathalpha's documentation, it seems that this is Mathtime Pro 2 script, which is a commercial (i.e., not free) font.

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  • Thank you very much! I was also searching for some letters from another book (Nakahara) and I found them in the documentation, too :) (Nakahara's symbols are contained in the Euler script.)
    – Filippo
    Feb 1 at 16:12
  • More precisely, the glyphs in the OP's screenshot are from the bold caligraphic font family of the mtpro2 package. If you have access to the full (non-free) version of this package, you would load it with the option mtpcal and generate the letters by writing (in math mode) \mathbcal{B}, \mathbcal{D}, \mathbcal{L}, etc.
    – Mico
    Feb 1 at 18:25
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Isn't this one? Maybe you should search for some different font for the exact shape, but...

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  • This is for your new gravatar...very nice "lupo alberto?" :-)
    – Sebastiano
    Feb 6 at 20:41
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    @Sebastiano no, still scrat ... but well, Lupo Alberto è un buon suggerimento... ci penserò!
    – Rmano
    Feb 6 at 22:46
  • Ahahahahah :-) :-)
    – Sebastiano
    Feb 6 at 22:51

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