Probably originated at one of the Leipzig-based manufacturers of matrices, either Riegerl, Weißenborn & Co. [Seemann] or Wagner & Schmidt [Klingspor-Museum]. Comes in 4 styles, mager (1906), halbfett (1907), fett (1908), eng halbfett (1909). Cast by Klinkhardt (and later Berthold) and Böttger/Typograph as Lipsia-Fraktur, by Ludwig & Mayer as Alemannia-Fraktur, by Schriftguss and Trennert as Hansa-Fraktur, by C.E. Weber as Parlaments-Fraktur, by Haas as Basler Fraktur, by Theinhardt as Dürer-Fraktur, and by Reimann as Kaiser-Fraktur. [Seemann, Reichardt]
Gerhard Helzel’s digitization named Hansa-Fraktur spans 3 styles, mager (2002), halbfett (2007), and eng halbfett (1997).