An extended Gothic with chamfered counters, shown as 10 Line No. 120 (with lowercase) by Hamilton, 1889. [Kelly 1969] In a specimen from 1906, Hamilton showed it alongside a similar but caps-only cut by Morgans & Wilcox which was renamed to No. 3081 after the Hamilton acquisition of 1895. [Shields]
Morgan Press had a 16-line cut as W 623. [Morgan Press Type Catalog] Adopted by Headliners for their Morgan Press Collection of phototype as W 115 (caps only) [1964 catalog] This version or another all-caps adaptation also went under the name Odessa. [Typeshop catalog, used for sample]
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