Engelhardt typeface

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Hi, I was wondering if there is any more of this typeface anywhere? Or something similar at least. I like the industrial look of it. This image I've found on this forum saying it was designed by Engelhardt. I couldn't find anything else similar to this font made by Engelhardt on the internet. Any help would be greatly appreciated it. Thankyou

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You mention that you found your _7_ on this forum. Was it here: http://typophile.com/node/66426 If it was there, it would have saved time if you had included the citation.
More on Danish designer Knud V. Engelhardt http://luc.devroye.org/fonts-35970.html and http://www.typetoken.net/icon/knud-v-engelhardt/
Don

Most of these numbers, including _7_, are a variation of a letter pattern that first became popular in the Clarendon fonts of the 19th century. The open counter _4_ is a variation of a Didot design, also used in some Bodonis.
Here are the numbers from a modern font by Michael Hochleitner that draws on these sources. It is close to most of Knud Engelhardt's numbers. Its called Ingegorg Fat

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/typejockeys/ingeborg/
Here is a 19th century heavy Clarendon by Jordan Davies. Its called Clarendon 618, which would have been the name when it was sold as a wooden type

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/woodentypefonts/clarendon-618/
Here is a modern Bodoni that uses the same open counter _4_ design as Knud Engelhardt's drawing. Its Olcar Alcaide's Eurotype Bodoni Bold http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/eurotypo/bodoni/
Don

Thank you all for your answers. Sorry Don, I didn't think the exact link would help. I have found this site which has a font somewhat similar to what I was looking for. Similar more like the architecture of the letter, not so much the overall shape. I'm not sure if I'm saying it right. Here is the link: http://www.copenhagentype.dk/?works=palae-ny-antikva

Don't see any numerals in Palæ Antikva. Do see a very high contrast boxy super ellipse letterform with triangular serifs and some ball teminals at the end of curled hairlines. Legible only at very large point sizes. _Q_ is ambiguous. But if the hairlines were considerably thickened Palæ Antikva could work with the Knud Engelhardt design.
Boxy super ellipse designs were a favorite of Hermann Zapf and can be found in fonts like his Melior, and in various degrees in TC Jasper Cyrus Highsmith's Ibis Display, Wolff Olins's Renault, Tomáš Brousil's RePublic, Nick Shinn's Richler etc.
Don