I just finished another revival! This is "Maria Theresia Versalschrift", originally designed by Heinz Keune in 1903, and published by Schelter & Giesecke. I only had a partial specimen, so some of the letters, and all the numerals are conjecture. I redrew everything and added the customary extras to support Western/Eastern European languages. There are also a number of funky ligatures and a couple of alternates.
This is the sixth of hopefully twelve Art Nouveau fonts. I expect to finish the whole set by early Summer.
and again the purpose is obviously to avoid having marks occupying the space above the letters, to enable tighter linespacing and compact compositions. But German only has these dots to worry about, and only on a few letters.
I don't see a capital eszett in your specimen.
Also, why not try this version of ch?