“OK Corral is a revival of a very old Italian font that you may have seen in the past under the original name of Italian Print. The Lined version of this font has never been known to have a lower case set of letters until now.” [FontMesa]
Italian Print is an alphabet (not necessarily a typeface) shown by Frederick S. Copley in 1877, see also Italia by Lettergraphics. OK Corral is distinguished from Copley’s showing by a number of details, incl. round dots, a different top terminal on ‘t’, and different numerals.
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