I developed the first (and only) comprehensive font of Etruscan and Early Italic languages for use in scholarly publications. The letterforms reflect existing inscriptions in order to replicate accurately what appears on stone. (For this reason, the font includes e.g. 16 variations of epsilon.) Please contact me if you would like the font. It works on both PC and Mac, and it is free.
The font has been used in Rex Wallace’s Zikh Rasna: A Manual of the Etruscan Language, Michael Weiss’ Outline of the Historical and Comparative Grammar of Latin, an exhibit on Early Italy at the Ashmolean, Oxford, among other places.