Origin unknown. Shown as Columbia Old Style in a 1893 Marder, Luse & Co. specimen.
Filmotype’s name was Oakwood. Shown under this name in catalogs by Photo-Lettering (1971), Filmomaster (c. 1974), Typeshop (1970s), and Solotype (1992).
Digital interpretations include Penshurst (Paul J. Lloyd, 2002, with added bold and shaded styles, limited charset and poor quality), Ornella (Ralph M. Unger, URW, 2008, used for sample), Antikvar Roman (A. Gophmann, 2008, with Cyrillics), and Oaken Bucket (Nick’s Fonts, 2009, with two-storey ‘g’).