Issued in mager, halbfett, Kursiv, and Zirkular (italic with swash forms) styles before November 1913. [Poppelbaum ad] Mager, halbfett, and Kursiv were also available in Cyrillic versions. [Seemann] Later extended with Extended (bold wide) and Jonisch (thin low-contrast) styles. [Klingspor-Museum] La Fondografica carried the Jonisch and Extended styles as Rovereto and Trento. [Reichardt]
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