I like doing typefaces in the spirit of the 19th century. Perhaps this inclination indicates that I am out of touch with the 20th century. If I am, that may not be altogether bad. Though fonts of this sort are often associated with the "Old West" in the United States, they were in common use in the 19th century.
Jester and JesterTwo have a wild, semi-Victorian look to them. Neither has a set of true lower-case letters. Jester just repeats the caps on the lower-case keys, but JesterTwo substitutes small caps. I am not sure they fit in the category of "Old-West" fonts, but they do not fit very well anywhere else.
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