Inclined letterforms for drawings, as defined in the German industry standard, DIN in 1919. [Pool] In 1923, Stempel released Normen-Reform-Grotesk-Kursiv, a metal typeface that closely followed this design. Berthold followed in 1924 with Dinorm-Grotesk-Kursiv.
Berthold Fototypes E1 shows two weights, with the lighter one also being wider. Letraset offered DIN 16 m (used for sample) alongside the upright DIN 17 m.
Digitally available from Peter Wiegel as TGL 0-16 (2010), which was the name used in the GDR.