This attention-arresting face was shown as Tuscan Extended by Page & Mowry in their 1872 specimen book.¹ Dan X. Solo fans will recognize it as Staccato, the tradename he chose for his photo-lettering service some 100 years later.²
¹Kelly, R.R. (1977): American Wood Type, 1828–1900|Notes on the Evolution of Decorated and Large Types, page 133. Litton Educational Publishing, Inc./Van Nostrand Reinhold Company (New York 1969). Reprinted by DaCapo Press, Inc. (New York 1977).
²Solo, D.X. (1992): The Solotype Catalog of 4,417 Display Typefaces, page 30. Dover Publications, Inc. (Minneola, NY).