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It has some similarities to a font called Bethany. I suspect that it's been manually condensed, looking at the vertical weights vs the horizontal and diagonals.

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Note that the top of the lower case "p" does not connect to the vertical, the cross bar of the upper case "A" does not connect at the left side, and the cross bar of the lower case "e" does not connect at the left.
asked by Alan Sep 25
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+1 vote

Poor Richard, initially released in 1919, digitized by Red Rooster. It’s been squished to death here.

answered by Stewf Expert (2,569 points) Sep 26
I kinda thought the font had been seriously crushed.

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