“From 1970 on the old Stones records were reissued on the low budget label NOVA for 10 marks.” — Klaus Hiltscher
The cover design with Orpheus Bold was kept unchanged from the original 1964 release on Decca (top).
Walter Tiemann’s Orpheus was first published in 1928 by Gebrüder Klingspor. In 1935, it got an italic companion — Euphorion. Two years later, a bold cut completed the Orpheus family. In 2011, Orpheus (incl. Euphorion) was revived and expanded by Canada Type.