Issued by Bauer in 1907. A kursiv was added in c. 1910. There is also a halbfett. [Reichardt] Accompanied by borders for initials (Initial-Umrahmungen) and two series (sizes) of ornaments (Florentiner Ornamente*) [Bauersche Hauptprobe, c. 1915]
*) Not to be confused with Schelter & Giesecke’s Florentiner Einfassung (1880). Hans Reichardt credits Albert Auspurg with a Florentiner Ornamente issued by AG für Schriftguß (AG für Schriftgießerei und Maschinenbau?) in 1911, which is probably also unrelated.
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