This one was cast by the Bruce Type Foundry in 1869. I digitized it from the following sources:
Abridged Specimens of Printing Types Made at Bruce’s New York Type Foundry, 1869 Edition.
Specimens of Printing Types Made at Bruce’s New York Type Foundry, 1882, 1901 Editions.
Phillips’ Old-Fashioned Type Book by Frederick Nelson Phillips, 1945.
Archiv fur Buchdruckerkunst by Alexander Waldow, 1864-1900.
The name Nottingham Text is the name I gave it, plus adding a few swash characters:
Thanks for this masterful revival, Robert—your extras are super! Black Extra-Condensed was patented by Julius Herriet Sr. in 1869. He assigned the rights to David Wolfe Bruce [USPTO D3770].
Until the Trademark division of today’s USPTO was established in 1874, the Bruce TF named original faces. Thereafter, they switched to numbering them—probably to bypass additional fees for tradename registration.