Designed by Heinz Keune and released by Schelter & Giesecke in 1903. Also sold by Brendler (as Babenberg), Pierallini (as Serie Margherita), Gallico (as Serie Mercurio), and Società Augusta (as Sigfrido). [Reichardt]
Wallenstein is a related bolder style, Wittelsbach a condensed version.
Oliver Weiss made a digital revival as WF Habsburg, released in Dec. 2020 as part of Walden Font Co.’s Art Nouveau Print Shop Vol. 1.