This early 1900s type is from the German foundry of Schelter & Gieseke, and is typical of early twentieth century design.
As usual, we have added all the modern necessities, such as monetary signs for the major commercial countries.
Originally, this 1870s wood type font was called Armenian. We came across a showing of alphabet at the South Street Seaport in New York, bought it and immediately drew the additional characters needed to make the font.
We used it for some circus program work that was part of our livelihood.