Designed by Peter Behrens and released in 1901 (halbfett) and 1902 (regular) by Rudhard’sche Gießerei (from 1906: Gebr. Klingspor), including various sets of initials and ornaments (see Behrens Ornaments). Alternates for ‘doHZ’. [Horodisch] Possibly cut by Louis Hoell. [Klingspor-Museum] In 1907, a cursive style was added, see Behrens-Kursiv.
There are various digitizations, incl. those by Dan X. Solo (Solotype), Dieter Steffmann (crude outlines, free for personal use, 2002), Ralph M. Unger (URW, 2007), Ingo Zimmermann (with ornaments plus Outline and Contour styles, ingoFonts, 2008, used for sample), and Paulo Heitlinger (in 2 cuts with ligatures, tipografos.net, 2012).