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The following fonts are in Type 1 format for MS-DOS. Some are also available in TrueType format.
ShalomScript, ShalomOldStyle, ShalomStick
Crillee, TNG monitors
Try Adobe PrestigeElite or Adobe LetterGothic. They have all the characters you want, but the `line draw' characters are unencoded --- you will need tools to reencode the outline font itself and make a new PFM metric files.
Or try IBMExtended from Impramatur Systems in Cambridge, Mass. It already is encoded using IBM OEM encoding (some DOS code page).
The IBM version of Courier distributed freely under the X11 Consortium also contains the appropriate characters. Again, the font will have to be reencoded for Windows. Appropriate AFM files for this font can be obtained from: http://www.ora.com/homepages/comp.fonts/FAQ-tools.htm.
Lee Cambell suggests the following alternative:
Line Drawing characters are also available on ftp sites as gc0651.exe which is a self-expanding archive. It is on cica (and mirrors thereof). From the text file that comes with it, it looked like it was distributed by Microsoft. I printed some text in the normal A-z range and it looked identical to the truetype Courier font distributed with Windows. Perhaps it is an upgrade to that font. I didn't try the linedraw glyphs, so I can't say how they look.