“A French form of Fat Face, derived from the British; matrices survive at Berthold in Berlin.” — Bitstream/MyFonts. Roman and Italic were first cast in 1860 by [a foundry that was later acquired by] Berthold. The Condensed was added in 1952. [Reichardt]
Not to be confused with Normande neu (see Fette Bauersche Antiqua) and Normande englisch, both by Haas.
There are digital versions by Berthold and by Bitstream, both with italics. The former additionally includes the Condensed.