Little is known about this type face, except that it apparently was associated with Collier’s magazine (1888-1957). Somewhat reminiscent of Globe Gothic, it’s distinguished by the inverted-triangle tittles on lowercase I and J, which mirror the non-inverted punctuation. (Not to mention the lowercase G that only a mother could love, bless its little heart.) McGrew attributes the design to New York artist Samuel Winfield (Tommy) Thompson. Date is unknown but a good guess is the 1920s or 30s. No figures were cut, nor did Tommy regard the colon and semicolon as worthy of inclusion.