There are several versions of the first font–all with some differences. There were at least two plastic stencil press versions, one by the German company Scheibenbogen which I believe was named “Elite Roman”, and another by the SKS company in Canada which was later purchased by 3M in the United States. The SKS version was named “Modern Roman”. There are several digital versions. There is a version of the font available in the European Comcut software and named “NR-10”, which is based on the Scheibenbogen alphabet. There is a version of the font in the Monu-Cad software which was based on the SKS alphabet and given the name “Bailey 1”. The letter J and numeral 2 are the characters that differ the most between the two main versions. Unfortunately, the digital versions in Comcut and Monu-Cad are proprietary font filetypes and as far as it is known by the MLC there are currently no TTF or OTF fonts available for purchase for either font. However, the MLC has plans to eventually create fonts to match both.