Sorry for the poor quality, but it was on my DVR and I just used my phone to take the picture. Not sure if this was ever a true font. The picture shows a plate that was on an early 1900's vaccuum cleaner for the Railroad industry. It was on the TV show "American Restoration" on the History Channel. The letter R really caught my eye.
B2ST looks like it's Batman Forever - modified.
It's part of the Wild West collection by Walden Font Co.
Well, your first problem is assuming that it's free. This site does not offer commercial font downloads for free.
Looks like it's been tweaked, but I'm pretty sure it's Billhead.
I would maybe try a different ZIP extractor and see if that helps. I think there are several free ones out there. I've never had a problem with dafont files, but I've had issues with some other zip files and sometimes it worked to just use a different extraction utility.
Vinz, couldn't we just send the scan to you and then you could create the font? I'll start sending you my scans right away ;-)
Looks like a slightly modified Berthold City Bold? It's taller and the N is a little different.
It's Mesquite, but it is modified and distressed.
Sorry - I use a Mac and also Suitcase Fusion for my font installations. Otherwise, I'd be happy to help.
You used a great font in your example, though!
As long as you don't profit in any way (or allow others to profit) from the font usage, I consider it to be personal use.
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