Inclined letterforms for drawings, as defined in the German industry standard, DIN in 1919. [Pool] In 1923, Stempel released Normen-Reform-Grotesk-Kursiv, a metal typeface that closely followed this design. Berthold followed in 1924 with Dinorm-Grotesk-Kursiv.
Berthold Fototypes E1 shows two weights, with the lighter one also being wider. Letraset offered DIN 16m (used for sample) alongside the upright DIN 17m.
Digitally available from Peter Wiegel as TGL 0-16 (2010), which was the name used in the GDR.