All caps, designed circa 1816 and produced by Caslon IV. Widely regarded as the first commercial sans serif printing type.
Blake, Garnett & Co. (predecessor to Stephenson Blake) bought the matrices. It is shown in their specimen book ca. 1819, and a relaunched version appeared in the 1830s. [Mosely] For Ornamented Types, James Mosley and Ian Mortimer cast a new font from complete original matrices found in Stephenson Blake drawers.
Digitized and expanded with a lowercase by Font Bureau as Caslon’s Egyptian. Jonathan Martin also revived a limited character set as a private project in 2013 (used for sample). In 2017, Abyme released English Egyptian by Adrien Vasquez and John Morgan.