Vanessa font?

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Not certain if you want a particular font or all of them
The words LUNCH BOX are in a typeface designed by Dean Morris for Letraset as Quicksilver. See his story at http://www.myfonts.com/person/Dean_Morris/
Several digital versions.
Tight by Ray Larabie [worn look]
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/typodermic/tight/
Neon Lights by Allen R. Walden [clean design]
http://www.dafont.com/neon-lights.font?text=LUNCH+BOX&psize=l
Quicksilver by A. Carr [clean design]
http://www.fontpalace.com/font-download/Quicksilver/
Neon Lights is distributed by Dafont, which usually does a passable job in checking for pirate versions. But it is the same, point for point, as A. Carr's Quicksilver, which may have been created earlier. I don't know which is the legitimate one. Also, there is the possibility there was another digitization used to make them.
Don

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Word VANESSA'S seems to be a condensed version of a design by Louis Oppenheim in 1927 called Fanfare.
Digital by The Font Company
http://www.ascenderfonts.com/font/fanfare.aspx
Also Fanfare BQ, and URW Fanfare.
Canada Type has a version with the name Louis
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/canadatype/louis/
Other fonts with some similarities are Bremen
http://www.myfonts.com/search/bremen/fonts/
and PAG Etiketa
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/prop-a-ganda/pag-etiketa/

Don

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