With the unevenness in the letters (look at the "bumps" on the W) I'm not sure this would be a font, but someone's rendition of a font they knew.
However, if you like the O - that was the only letter I knew... I've seen it in the Barbary Coast.
I'm sorry, this isn't a font - but someone with their hand writing in chalk on wood. Please look at the 7 "e"s that were used - not one is repeated - they are all different.
The "S" seems to be from a different font (or perhaps the creator of TrashHand has a different version somewhere)
the closest I could find to that S were:
Amazing Sunshine: http://www.dafont.com/amazingsunshine.font?text=S&psize=l
It might be Administer Bold Condensed - further squished by hand...
Very close is OPTI Grant Rustic
NOT THE FONT
I think Oldani is Nevison Casual - stretched out and heavied up.
That is a Helvetica "R"
Perhaps Helvetica Neue 27 Condensed Ultralight could do it.... with manually condensing it more.
EARLY ACCESS may possibly be one of the very thin Helvetica Neues...
but if you need something in a pitch for all of it - Solido Constricted Hairline may work for you.
NOT THE FONT
There is the possibility - this may not necessarily be a font... that is one weird looking "o"
It could be a few - do you have any more letters to show us?
You can use the expensive "The Wave" in book weight; Proxima Nova; etc.
Chances are you have Avenir on your computer -
smaller point size S was used
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