This entry covers Grimm-Antiqua and Neue Römische Antiqua, which form essentially one family. Designed by Richard Grimm-Sachsenberg and cast by Klinkhardt in 4 styles; Magere Römische Grimm-Antiqua with Grimm-Cursiv and the wider Neue Römische Antiqua with halbfett. Comes with initials and ornaments [1913 ad] A fifth style, Grimm-Antiqua schmal halbfett, was added in 1914. Later continued by Berthold. [Seemann] Eventually all 5 styles were named Grimm-Antiqua. [1925 ad]
See also Saxonia, which appears to be a precursor to Neue Römische Antiqua, with many glyphs being identical across the two.
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