Designed by Albert Auspurg and issued by Schelter & Giesecke in 1914 in two widths. Also known as Kartenschrift Gnom. No lowercase. Both widths include a capital eszett (as SZ ligature). A peculiar extrawide ‘M’ was later replaced by a more conventional form. Also made in a Cyrillic (“Serbisch”) version. [Seemann]
The regular width was sold by Brendler as Mignon, while the breit (extended) was available from Idźkowski as Kometa [Reichardt]. Warnery had Gnom as Mozart noir and added an inline version as Mozart diaphane.