Calligraphy Script font name please

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Can anyone help name this font? Appreciate your help.

-Chris

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Old English and Cloister Black would be generic bases for recreating this look:
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/castletype/cloister-black-ct/
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/letraset/old-english/

Your sample, though has an additional spur on the left vertical of the M, as well as embellishments on both capital letters.

The closest digital match I could find is a blackletter by Font Mesa, but it only comes in an italic:
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fontmesa/spanish-main/

It is, however, based on a metal font by MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan Co, Philadelphia, and there was a condensed/upright version that is a dead on match to your sample (though yours has lost the fine line details). Unfortunately, I haven't found a digital version of it (this sample dates from 1892):

Found a free for personal use version:
http://www.whatfontis.com/PlainBlack-Normal.font?text=Motor Co.

The typeface was designed by Paul Lloyd of Greater Albion Typefounders (http://greater-albion.com), but I don't see a commercial use/licensable version anywhere.

Great, thanks I appreciate the help :)

-Chris

Good finds Kevin, with the MS&J Condensed Black No. 2 and Paul Lloyd's digital recreation as Plain Black. My files do not show who was the creator of MS&J Condensed Black No. 2. The sample image seems to be from Paul Lloyd's digital font.
Don