About this font family
In the middle of 18th century Leibniz Fraktur appeared in German print shops. This blackletter font with its great x-height preserved the then fashioned trunk in many of its uppercase letters. It was a cast font of Genzsch & Heyse, Hamburg.
Leibniz Fraktur contains a bunch of useful ligatures, and by typing ‘N’, ‘r’ and period you get an oldstyle number-sign.