This type measures 5 line in size and was produced with the end-cut method. The type block is stamped Hamilton, Two Rivers, Wis. which was used by Hamilton between 1891–1950s.
This face was first shown as wood type by Darius Wells and E.R. Webb in their 1840 Specimen of Plain and Ornamental Wood Type, Cut by Machinery.
This cut of Gothic Extended was shown in American Wood Type on page 300 and in the folio on page 31.
Type name used by manufacturer:
Cooley Gothic Extended
Hamilton Gothic Extended or No 126
Morgans & Wilcox Gothic Extended 
National Printers’ Materials Gothic Extended
Page Gothic Extended 
Tubbs No 2058
Wells Gothic Extended or No 246 
This is the Morgans & Wilcox cut.
Kelly believed that this face most likely originated as a wood type in America.