Working with as much source material as we could find, we pieced together 6 fonts. We replicated pristine versions of the 4 fonts we knew existed. Then I created 2 Shopworn versions, showing a more rough and warm cut of this face that tries to replicate some of the artifacts of hand-cut wood and the attrition of well used wooden type. Of course I expanded on it to include all the sorts and Central European diacritics you might need.
This project is in the works and slated for a June release from Hamilton Wood Type Foundry. For making HWT Geometric possible I have to give big thanks to Richard Kegler at P22 type foundry, Bill & Jim Moran at the Hamilton Wood Type Museum, and David Shields the foremost American Wood Type historian.