“In 1952 Walter Tracy at Linotype & Machinery commissioned Juliana from Sem Hartz, Jan van Krimpen’s successor at Enschedé. Released in 1958, the high style and narrow width of Juliana’s engraved letterforms opened the British paperback market to L&M.” — Font Bureau
Never used in the Netherlands due to the different depth of matrices. Digitally revived by David Esser as graduation project at Type and Media in 2003 (unreleased) [Dutch Type] and, commercially by David Berlow in 2009. Latter is available both from Font Bureau and Linotype, in Roman and Italic, each with small caps.