About this font family
In his book of 100 Wood Type Alphabets, Rob Roy Kelly called this face “Teutonic”. This version adds lowercase letters, missing in the original, plus a few woodcut dingbats in the brackets, bar, section and florin positions.
Named for a charming town in the Texas Hill Country, founded by German settlers in the mid-1850s.
Both versions of the font include 1252 Latin, 1250 CE (with localization for Romanian and Moldovan).