The P22 Platten font family is based on lettering found in a German fountain pen practice book in the1920s. (You may have seen the similar Speedball books in the US). This round tip pen lettering is comparable to the basic forms used in grammar school teaching alphabets, but with a few original characteristics. The Italic version has even more of these unusual features.
There are alternate letters available in these fonts such as for the a, e, g, and l in the Regular and the E, F, H, T, X, M, V, and Z in the Italic. You will find the exact key positions in the accompanying pdf file.
available in all of the styles:
only available in some of the styles: