Designed by Otto Eckmann and cast by Rudhard’sche Gießerei (from 1906: Gebr. Klingspor) in 1900. Known as Eckmann, Eckmann-Type, or Eckmann-Schrift. Comes with alternates for ‘D’, ‘T’. A bold weight was added in 1902 [Seemann] and a licht (outlined) before 1907. [Klimsch] Accompanied by ornaments (Eckmann-Schmuck) and initials. Described as “the first German advertising type” in an article by T. Schalcher from 1929.
Digitized by Gerhard Helzel in 2 sizes, 72pt and 12pt (1998). Bitstream’s version is called Freeform 710, Dieter Steffmann’s Rudelsberg (2002).