A copy of Pabst Oldstyle and its italic (ATF, 1902/1903), made by Schriftguss under license as Ohio-Schrift and Ohio-Kursiv in 1912 [Reichardt]. Shown in Klimschs Jahrbuch 1920. Ohio-Schrift can be distinguished from Pabst Oldstyle by its ‘A’ with the curly top. In 1922, Schriftguss added a bold weight, see Ohio-Kraft. The Ohio family was also sold by Trennert.
All 3 styles were digitized by Oliver Weiss as Neue Ohio (Walden Font Co., 2017, used for sample).