Yes, we should chat. By interesting coincidence, that dry transfer font is indeed the same typeface—although whether it is the same font is another question. You can email me at [email protected]
The underlying typeface turns out to date back to the 19th century, and pretty nearly every typefounder had a version of it in metal. So that makes a truly specific ID that includes the vendor and technology more difficult! But I have not identified any other dry transfer versions of it. I know for a number of vendors that they definitely did not have that typeface in dry transfer tech. (e.g. Letraset, Mecanorma, a couple others).