A generic entry for the style of Schwabacher that evolved around 1650 [Kapr]. In 1926, various interpretations with different details were available under names like Alte Schwabacher (Berthold, Genzsch & Heyse), Alt-Schwabacher 14 (Stempel), Original-Schwabacher (Krebs/Poppelbaum) [Seemann].
C.F. Rühl had a version of note that was later continued by Berthold.
Berthold’s digital version (known as Alte Schwabacher BQ or Berthold Alte Schwabacher, used for sample) is different in the details (or based on a different size?), see especially ‘D’, ‘E’, ‘G’, ‘M’, ‘g’, ‘r’. The versions by URW/Elsner+Flake (narrower ‘N’), Dieter Steffmann, and RMU are largely identical.