Shown by Conner as Gothic Condensed No. 7 in 1888 [Frere-Jones]. Wetzig gives a 1830 date, but that’s unconfirmed [Wetzig 1926–40]. First shown in Germany by Schelter & Giesecke as Schmale fette Steinschrift (1886) who labeled it as their original design. Carried by Böttger as Fette schmale Steinschrift [Reynolds]. Shown by Genzsch as Schmale fette Steinschriften (1888) and later as Halbfette Steinschrift (1910). Carried by Krebs as Schmale fette Steinschrift, with a single-story ‘g’ [Reynolds]. Schelter & Giesecke’s wood version was named Naxos [c.1928 Plakatschriften specimen]. The sample combines glyphs from various versions and sizes.
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