Shown in a c.1966 specimen by wood type manufacturer DeLittle without trade name, as No. 91 (solid) and No. 92 (bottom half open). Also came as a chromatic set; as No.93/91.
Face Photosetting made a film version named Blanchard in Solid and Half Solid styles. The former was adopted by Letraset for dry transfer lettering before 1976. Also produced by Grafix. Appears in the Solotype catalog as Zorba and Zorba Half Solid top, and in Phil’s Photo catalog as Bazaar.
Bulldog offers a digital version of Blanchard Solid and Half Solid.
Alfereta (c.1894) is a related backslanted design with higher reversed contrast.