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1. CUB: Font Bureau FB/TitlingGothicFBExtended-Bold https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fontbureau/titling-gothic-fb/
The International Font is driving me CRAZY...I have spent me whole day looking....Anyone please
Thank you so much for your assistance.
PI, the brand dates from 1960, and it is quite likely that the script was hand-lettered. As such, it was never a typeface that was commercially available.
And while Font Bureau's Titling Gothic is a decent match for the other type, it's more likely that it is the inspiration for Titling Gothic (which was designed in 2005), a typeface called ATF Railroad Gothic.
Seems like the /a and/t (and perhaps the /n) are not the same which reinforces Kevin's conclusion of hand lettering.
If you want a digital substitute for this hand lettered script, I suggest Filmotype Jade -- a script font from the era when the brand was created -- with width expanded 130 percent.
Runner up, just for the lower case, Retroscript BF
Don, YOU ARE FABULOUS! I thank you...my eyesballs thank you!