Before you choose - make sure to take a look at Beaufort - thanks
With four different lower case "E"s - this is one I can with good conscious hit the Not A Font link...
I remember when the film was being made, the crew had access to many of the blueprints for the Titanic so they could go for realism. It is possible this was a font from the time period - and was not made for public use in digital form.
When I look of it, I think of a typositor book we had in the typeshop. We had a special section named "Nipple Fonts" -- this would definitely had been in there. It is similar to the Friz Quadrata, Elan, Beaufort, Triplett, etc. Anyone of those would give you the feel of what you see - but not exactly.
Looks like Eras Ultra that someone modified the "a"
It looks like you could use Helvetica - and modify the K.
Not the font
but a nice substitute for the same feeling
Looks like someone modified Catull to start making a logo.
is it possible the "E" was hand-created - and the vr was from Champagne & Limosines?
Reeds try semibold weight
The R is better matched up to another manufacturer's R - but the C is Baskerville - see link.
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