In the late 1800s, John F. Cumming of the Boston Type Foundry cut several display typefaces in the same genre: square, condensed, with descending swashes and ornamental terminals. Rubens appears to be the earliest of these designs, released sometime between 1881–84.
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- Walter Einsel
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Contributed by Stephen Coles