This is a Monu-Cad font called Valley Script, which is based on an old plastic stencil press alphabet. It is currently the only known digital version, and for some reason Monu-Cad replaced the numerals with those from Zapf Chancery–which do not match the style of the letters. The physical alphabet was available under different names (including “Scandanavian Script”, and “Specialty Script”) from various stencil press companies in both Europe and North America and was itself based on an old metal type alphabet. The alphabet was used on memorials much more widely in Europe than in the US market. The MLC has a set of the plastic letters and will be making a version of the font at some point in the future, until then, if you’d like help matching this lettering feel free to use the matching service: https://www.monumentletteringcenter.com/product/cemetery-inscription-matching-service/
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