Designed by Berthold Wolpe. Cut in one size (Pica) by Paul Koch in 1932 and completed in 1936–7 by Bauer. Originally called Matthias Claudius [Neil Macmillan, Gerald Cinamon, Aus dem Antiquariat]. Not released before 1952. First used in Wolpe’s Handwerkerzeichen (1936) and Schmuckstücke und Marken (1938), and in Die Vögel (1940), an illustrated Aristophanes edition (all published by the Bauer foundry). [Aus dem Antiquariat; Andreas Hansert: Georg Hartmann] Distributed by Neufville as Homero.
No official digitization.