The Albertus typeface was created by German type designer Berthold Wolpe for the Monotype Corporation during 1932 to 1940. Wolpe named the font after Albertus Magnus, the thirteenth-century German philosopher and theologian.
Characteristics of this typeface:
-For the capital M, the middle strokes descend only partway and don’t reach the baseline
-The capital U has a stem on the right side
-Figures are lining