Münchner Fraktur goes back to a typeface design by Gustav Lorenz (1850). Lorenz drew inspiration from the type made by Johann Schönsperger for the Gebetbuch for Maximilian I. in 1508–13. In 1885, Heinz Koenig created the related Renaissance Fraktur for Genzsch & Heyse. There are at least three digitizations, Münchner Fraktur by Manfred Klein (2005), Alte Münchner Fraktur by Gerhard Helzel and Neue Muenchner Fraktur by Ralph M. Unger.
Münchner Fraktur in use
Volksbühne Berlin Flyers and Leaflets2013
- Leonard Neumann
Contributed by Florian Hardwig