Great font stash and a fun little video intro, too, Doc. For a nifty selection of Victorian and Circus fonts, look on eBay for Dover 'books' of fonts. They usually go for about $10 and have great collections of fonts. The 'books' merely are hard copy prints of the fonts themselves which are provided on CDs.
just as a FYI:
I went to the site but could not find out if they were true-type or Postscript or Open type. Given that they were free I assumed truetype - good for general but not for print publishing. I downloaded one and found it to be truetype.
The fonts are also only regular and have no bold or italics to them unless one's word processor is using them.
I found the old fashioned font site while attempting to help a fellow member of a video editing message board I visit. They wanted a 'silent movie' style text background for a home movie they were doing. I created a blank background and used the davys wingding fonts for the borders. The fonts work well for adding text within my video editor at any rate. I also shared a 'movie projector' audio clip, a leader 'countdown' video clip plus a few midi files I converted to wav audio for a 'silent movie' theme. Those are the items I put together in the sample video above using Vegas 6 to edit and add the 'old film' look.
Know where I can locate additional old fashioned borders that I can use for a background in this way?