Issued by Schelter & Giesecke in 6 styles; Schelter-Antiqua [regular] and breit (wide, 1905), Schelter-Kursiv (italic), halbfett (bold) and breitfett (bold wide, 1906), and schmalfett (bold condensed, 1907). Cast by Brendler as Wiener Antiqua, by Gallico as Serie Furina, and by Pierallini as Serie Venezia. Società Nebiolo had the halbfett as Viterbo. [Reichardt] By around 1932 the uncial-style ‘d’ was replaced a more conventional shape and it moved to an alternate position. [Specimen]
There is no digital version of the typeface, but ITC Souvenir is very loosely related.