The earliest identified specimen of this face appears in Hænel (Berlin) 1847. A double-outline version is shown by Fonderie Générale|René (Paris) 1858 and Boston TF in 1860. L. Johnson & Co. (Philadelphia) showed both versions in ≤1867.¹
Since Nicolette Gray does not document it, it most likely originated in France ≤1847.
All specimens examined are numbered. Fortunately, the Solotype Catalog  supplies the agreeable tradename Jeffrey#!
Many thanks to THP PartnerAlan Prescott for preserving fabulous chromatic separations of this appealing golden oldie.
¹The date 1867 is deduced from the stereotyped(?) specimen published by MSJ in July 1869, which is imprinted L. Johnson & Company while other pages are marked MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan. According to Annenberg , “Lawrence Johnson died on April 26, 1860, but the firm continued to operate and distribute type catalogs with his name until 1867.”