A Tuscan with bulbous terminals. Phanitalian AKA No. 132 was “first shown by William Page in Page’s Wood Type Album, October, 1879.” [Kelly 1969]. Shown in the Solotype catalog as Bohemia.
Digital interpretations include Phanitalian Wood (Alan Prescott, 1996), Terlingua NF (Nick’s Fonts, 2005, with small caps, used for sample), Phanitalian (Paulo W, Intellecta, 2007, with small caps, no numerals, 10 styles including 2 weights, 2 widths, italic, outlined, shadowed, and hatched variants), and Texas Ranger (Iconian Fonts, 2013, 13 styles incl. 3 widths, italic, rotalic, rotated, outlined variants).