Designed by Friedrich Peter and cut by Philip Kelly and others at Letraset. Among the winners of a competition held by Letraset in 1973. Incudes alternates for ‘a’, ‘d’, ‘g’, ‘h’, ‘r’, ‘z’.
Paul D. Hunt started a digitization sometime before 2005. Buero New York made a digital version named Four Sixty Four for their own work. Both are unreleased. A freebie digitization made by “Flanker” in c. 2011 is incomplete and suffers from technical defects.