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Mid-1900s font used for titling on music scores

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Abraham Lee

I've tried a bunch of different font identification sites without any luck. The best I can come up with are Gargoyle RR Light and Italia Book, but neither are great matches. This typeface may not exist in digital form yet. Here is the sample I used:


Here's a more extensive set of glyphs of the same family so you can get a better sense of the style:


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George Thomas

I think they were more like early 1900's, possibly even late 1800's. Were they published in the US or Europe? Every little bit of info can be helpful.

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