An eroded Venetian oldstyle roman. Origin unknown. Shown in 1980 as Ticonderoga in 2 weights, Light and Bold. [Phil’s Photo 1985]
Digital versions by FontBank both as Ticonderoga (1992) [Identifont] and Parchment (1990–1993) [font info]. Sold by FontSite as Ticonderoga (2012; distributor Fontspring additionally mentions Toconderoga, which appears to be a typo). SoftMaker’s version is named Tico (2019, used for sample). Alan Prescott has the Light and a Medium as APT New Ticonderoga (1995).