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I was browsing through American Memory, an online collection of primary source material provided by the Library of Congress found an advertisement for a jewelry store selling watches. Of the six faces used in the advert, one caught my eye. The only words set in it were "FINE GOLD WATCHES," the resolution is poor, and the original was a newsprint -- so this font is at best an interpretation. Any thoughts?