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This image purports to be "A case of wood type from the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum." I found it at http://smumn-cn.blogspot.ca/2010/08/case-of-wood-type-from-hamilton-wood....
It looks like a variation on ATF's Binner [Cumming 1898, patented by Phinney D30253 in 1899]. But the leg of R terminates with a swoop to a big vertical wedge instead of a tapering brush style stroke. ATF's Binner is sans serif while this has tiny serifs like Inland's Corbitt . The Beak on G and the tail on Q ares flared. Other letters probably also differ in detail, but they are not shown in the image.
I do not have ready access to Rob Roy Kelly's American Woodtype but could consult a copy at major galley library if this design is included in his collection of specimens.
I would very much appreciate your help in identifying the font [perhaps it is unnamed but has a Hamilton font number?] and finding a more complete character set, whether in Kelly or elsewhere.