The model for this monocase typeface was issued in the early 1900s by Barnhart Brothers & Spindler with the rather prosaic name of Steelplate.
A hundred years later, it still retains its currency (ouch!), which is how it got its name. Complete Adobe character set except for superior numbers.
The Opentype version of this font supports Unicode 1250 (Central European) languages, as well as Unicode 1252 (Latin) languages.