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Any help is appreciated.
I thought that that g and y style of descender was pretty common among Bauhaus/geometric style typefaces. But I was wrong. Even the extensive alternate-rich Mark Simonson's Mostra Nuova (http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/marksimonson/mostra-nuova/), which features a similar g, doesn't offer the right y (a feature for Mostra Nuovissima, Mark? ;-)
For typeface in the style you can peruse Mike Yanega's Bauhaus-style Font ID Guide (http://www.bowfinprintworks.com/BauhausFaces.html).
Here's some suggestion for similar construction:
That said, if it's just for something quick & dirt...
I think this is a not very well executed custom job.