A standard design first cut by Johann Christian Bauer in 1850 as Neue fette Fraktur [Helzel]. Available from most German foundries in the late 19th and early 20th century, in numerous hardly distinguishable versions, often simply named Fette Fraktur. See also Normal-Fraktur. Offered by Letraset as Fraktur Bold.
Among digital versions, Linotype’s version (shown) has the “latinized” ‘k’, while URW and E+F offer the font with the original Fraktur form. URW’s version features the long ‘s’ (ſ) as default form. Peter Wiegel’s Fette UNZ Fraktur includes two forms of ‘k’ and ‘x’ and many ligatures. Gerhard Helzel’s Weber-Fraktur fett comes in two sizes, c. 10pt and 24pt.