Shown in John A. Cavanagh’s Lettering and Alphabets (Dover Publication, 1955, “unabridged and unaltered republication of the work first published in 1946 under the title Lettering”).
Appears in Photo-Lettering’s Alphabet Thesaurus (1960) as Cavanagh Palisade, and in Techni-Process’ 1968 catalog as AN 84. Shown in PLINC’s One Line (1971) as Palisade Graphic. Lettergraphics’ name was Limey Caps.
OptiFont had a digital version under the original name, which was copied by QBF as Pharao. Also digitized as BigBlack (Lazy Dog Foundry, 1992), as Charleston Caps (Type Associates, 2007), and, with credits and more dedication, as Fast Freddy NF (Nick’s Fonts, 2011, used for the sample).