Bauer sold it as Quick in Germany, as Trafton Script in the US, and, via Deberny & Peignot, as Étoile in France. Sold by Neufville as Sirena in Spain. Typefounders of Chicago had it as Bikini Script, Triangle Type Foundry as Citation Script, and Reggiani as Panna d’Oro. [Reichardt] There are differences across the versions: Étoile is different from Quick in ‘IT&’; Trafton Script has the same ‘I’ and ‘&’ as Étoile, but different forms for ‘FGHQ’ and yet another ‘T’. Sirene matches Étoile.