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It must be an Adobe Jenson Pro (Light Italic) with a modified /R
(There are some swash alternates of /R but not the one shown in the sample)
Thank you so much.
I looked at a bunch of similar fonts and passed over Adobe Jenson since it didn't have that alternate character.