In 1899, Robert Wiebking (who worked for a number of foundries in his time) designed an all-caps typeface named Engravers Roman (see Engravers #2).
American Type Founders, Inc.
(ATF) released a heavier variant in 1902, Engravers Bold, designed by Morris Fuller Benton.
Engravers Bold was also released by the Barnhart Brothes & Spinder foundry.Today, Linotype's Engravers brings turn-of-the-century elegance directly to your keyboard.
Use the Engravers typeface on any formal piece -- from table cards, to menus, invitations, or advertising work.Engravers is similar to Copperplate Gothic, Sackers Gothic and Nicolas Cochin.