Sally Simpson: ***
It is game 4 (page 15) Barden and Heidenfeld may not have trusted their source, they give:
The '(?)' is from the book so that indicates they are not 100% sure about the date or place but probably felt it was too good to leave out.
The intro states they are following in the footsteps of Mr.du Mont (' 200 Miniature Games of Chess' and ' More Miniature Games.') Du Mont seems to have used everything worthy (and this game is worthy) played before 1953.
This one may have escaped du Mont and re-surfaced in a publication/newspaper column in 1957 (or 1958).
But played in 1857/1858 is possibly having 4..Nd4 too early. (though not impossible) Here it made it's debut in Steinitz vs H C Plunkett, 1876
I'd go with 'Dorrer' and the name they have here being wrong.
Chess Review, 1959, page 53 has it as Posch - Dorrer, [no initials] Vienna 1958. (not 1957) They could not have got it from the Barden/Heidenfeld book as that was published in 1960.
Did Barden and Heidenfeld get it from 'Chess Review' maybe but the date is different. Think two sources were involved.