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Any help identifying this font would be greatly appreciated!
Came across these 2 ones Corcaigh and Duibhlinn by Evertype. Very close to your sample. This one is probably one of the "first classic standard Gaelic typefaces of the 1930s" or may be Monotype Series 24 (http://www.monotypeimaging.com/aboutus/MT1896_1906.aspx).
1903 - First Irish font cut as Gaelic, Series 24.
Negotiations began for the British company to secure marketing rights of Monotype machines in Europe and other parts of the world in addition to the UK and its colonies, except for North and South America and Canada. By 1904 the agreement was settled.