A narrow, square grotesk with rounded ends. Shown by Julius Klinkhardt in 1885. [Pool/Seidel] Larger sizes made from wood and brass were shown in the late 1890s. [Ulrich] According to Wetzig, (a) Schmale runde Grotesk was designed in-house at AG für Schriftgießerei u. M. in 1885/1886 and also cast by J. John Söhne. Adopted for the Linotype. Woellmer had a Cyrillic version. [Seemann] Woellmer’s Schmale runde Grotesk is described as an original cutting in an 1899 article. [DBS] A Schmale runde Grotesk is shown by Berthold/Bauer & Co. in a c.1913 specimen (used for sample), which inspired LL Number Two.