The design was revised and re-issued under the same name in 1950. [DIN index card] Key differences include: more open ‘C’, smaller middle serif in ‘E’/‘F’, less heavy transitions in serifs at hairlines, wider ‘M’/‘N’, with the middle vertex of ‘M’ above the baseline, ‘R’ with notch between bowl and leg, narrower ‘J’/‘S’/‘T’, straight-top ‘5’. There might be differences across the various sizes.
This entry is for the revised version. For the original Kupferplatte, use Salon-Antiqua / Noblesse.
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