“Reworking of Breite halbfette Grotesk by Schelter & Giesecke, Leipzig (1890), matrices aquired by Haas ca. 1900 and initially named Breite Fette Grotesk. They changed the g to the single storey form, supposedly more popular in German speaking countries by that time.” — Kupferschmid
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