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Low-contrast Garamond-esque from historic bronze lettering c.1919

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Looking for an aproximate analog or ID on this historic bronze lettering found in the Massachusetts Statehouse. Pictures are from the Spanish American War Memorial in the Massachusetts Statehouse, 'signed' by Calvin Coolidge in 1919.
http://www.waymarking.com/gallery/image.aspx?f=1&guid=01d29da6-4427-48ce...

R and W are reminiscent of a "low-contrast Garamond," but it is clearly different, as can be seen with the unicase-style U. I understand an ID is probably unlikely, and this may have been proprietary to the particular artisan/forge/foundry that may have done this, but any help would be much appreciated.

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Addendum: There are similarities between some monotype fonts from Berthold Volpe's Albertus:
https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/mti/albertus-nova/
It's too early to be Albertus, but the style rings similar.

I tried in the font identification website http://en.likefont.com and there are 3163 matched fonts in total, and the most similar font is ATHollandTitle Regular.
This is my identification result page for your image: http://en.likefont.com/community/4542692/