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As far as I can tell, it's Gotham, probably Bold:
Actually, MoMA has their own official typeface, it is inspired by Franklin Gothic. At one point the museum used Franklin Gothic, but currently they use their own MoMA Gothic that was developed by their team of designers.
It's a version of Helvetica Condensed: here's Linotype's... There is a shadow effect and it looks like a TV screenshot, so the letters are not well-defined. However, it isn't Arial because the terminals are horizonal (or nearly so) and Arial's are at a greater angle; and the lower-case a is the wrong shape. Other font manufacturers also do versions of ...
The style you are looking for is "woodcut" the most often seen ones are Rosewood and Zebrawood, but there is HUGE variation. Honestly, this has the look of a custom-made image. If I were to guess, the '5' is probably where they got the curl. The majority of the typeface is repetitions of 2 or 3 forms aka copy/paste/modify. The B, T and E are, at their core, ...
After a hint from OghmaOsiris, I now believe it is the demi bold version of Futura. The rendering is generated from Futura ND Demi Bold OT.
The best match, though not perfect, from whatthefont seems to be: There is very little to go on. (personally, in this sort of typeface, I like the Chalet family: http://www.houseind.com/fonts/chalet/viewfonts
Well I started by paging through all of the non-western fonts on FontShop.com. The best thing about that is being able to "preview" the text, so reference between my image and the site is much easier. Unfortunately, no luck. I ended up finding my answer on the What the Font Forum. I was lucky that a Japanese typographer was browsing the forum at the time. ...
http://photoshopextras.com/fonts/noteworthy.html Link above worked for me! Hope this is OK.
Rage Italic is the font that is on the California plate
Myriad Pro is the answer, just figured it out..
I was finally able to speak to the graphic artist who created the text. The font is VTKS Desgaste
Out of curiosity, I looked at the book in question to see if there was colophon information. Some books include the typeface names used. This one did not. Then I did a search for 19th century free ebooks with type specimens and found one called Shniedewend & Lee Co's specimen book and price list of type, Shniedewend & Lee Co, Mackellar, Smiths & ...
To find the font family in the future, here are a couple methods assuming you're using Chrome browser: Chrome DevTools Option + Cmd + i on the mac or View > Developer > DevTools Using the magnifying glass icon, click on whatever text you want to see the font-family for. Chrome What Font Extension can be a little faster if you aren't used ...
There are no exact matches among the hundreds presented amongst the handwriting fonts at MyFonts but one possibility might be FG Abby. There are a number of reasonable matches; I think this is the closest. You might find another you prefer more. You may need either to take the opportunity to produce a "Second Edition", or to use the artwork you uploaded ...
It looks like The Dead Saloon but maybe shortened and with a curve to it.
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