Issued by Bauer in 1938, with both roman and gothic caps. A set of initials was added the same year, as Weiß-Initialen Serie IV, and a lighter weight in 1939, again with two sets of caps. There are also matching decorative initials of Lombardic style. [Bertheau]
Lettergraphics had a phototype version as Castlemar [Lettergraphics 1976], copied by Castcraft as Casper [Castcraft 1978].
There are several digitizations, but only of the initial weight. Neufville’s version (distributed by Berthold) included the alternate set of roman caps. URW offers an Antique version with rough contours. Garmisch Rund is a loose interpretation by Nick Curtis.
Weiß-Rundgotisch in use
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