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I actually did find a pretty good "free" architectural font. it's called "FLUX.TTF" font and it really resembles a hand written chisel styled font. I knew a while back there were companies that could scan your own unique hand chisel architectural font and a create a custom "YOUR" own hand writting font just for you...........

These folks will do just that:

In our office we encompass all stages of architectural technology, including a guy that only does hand drawing. So we scanned his writing and can now use it everywhere if we want. However, it is not perfect as they appear to use some algorithm to determine letter alignment and it is not perfect so the lines of text have a bit more movement than his real hand written text. The site is quite fun all the same.
The 'flux' font mentioned by Rob2218 should help you. You can find it at . Just do a search for 'flux architect' when you go that site.