Vtg Stencil Germany No. 101
The Vtg Stencil fonts from astype are based on real world stencils from several countries. Vtg Stencil Germany No. 101 is modeled after historic stencil plates from Bavaria.
These stencils are a unique find. The unevenness of the single plates suggest that they were not produced industrially. The design itself, a blackletter chancery, is a romantic reprise of a style that was common in German writing offices from the 14th to the 16th century. The flourishes stylistically quote the Baroque period. A talented mind, perhaps around 1890, has transformed the textura shapes into a modular stencil system.
Overall, this decorative blackletter doesn't look like a stencil design. Maybe it was originally used by a sign painter, and all the typical stencil bridges would have been painted over in the final work.
If you're looking for a decorative blackletter font with a unique touch and a romantic feel, you will love Germany No.101.