The Shuttered Room and Other Tales of Horror is a collection of short stories by H.P. Lovecraft and August Derleth. This edition was published by Panther Books in 1970, and represents an early use of Filmotype Vigus. Just like Davison Arabesque (PLINC, 1968), Vigus is a phototype interpretation of an untitled “poster and sign card alphabet” by J.M.Bergling shown in his Art Alphabets & Lettering (1914). It originated at Filmotype and also went under the name Unicorn. The earliest showing that I’m aware of is in Photoscript’s 1970 index. Unlike PLINC’s version (and Bergling’s original), Vigus doesn’t have a lowercase, and is distinguished by a few details, including a smaller top aperture in S. See Estoril (Scriptorium, 2018) and Acid Green (The Flying Type, 2021) for digital interpretations with lowercase.
The same cover design including Vigus, Baskerville, and the creepy “palm tree” illustration by Picture Post was also used for a 1971 printing by Beagle Books.