Nicolette Gray writes that it was shown (tradename unidentified) by Miller & Richard (Edinburgh, San Francisco) in c1883.¹ It’s so nice that Dan X. Solo named it twice: Julie and Eclair.² Since Eclair is the tradename of a 20th-century face, Julie is selected.
An important anonymous THP Partner has rescued this endangered typeface for use by future typographers who value its Victorian heritage.
¹Gray, N. (1938): XIXth Century Ornamented Types and Title Pages, page 206. Faber and Faber Limited, London.
²Solo, D.X.: Victorian Display Alphabets|100 Complete Fonts (1976), page 34 (Eclair); The Solotype Catalog of 4,417 Display Typefaces (1992), page 16 (Julie). Dover Publications, Inc. (Minneola, NY).