Johannes-Type was designed by Johannes Schulz and acquired by Genzsch & Heyse in 1933. The metal typeface was never released and only used in the jubilee booklet 50 der schönsten Schriften aus 100 Jahren Schaffen 1833–1933 (1938) [Reichardt]. JAF Johannes is a revival based on the 14pt and 20pt metal types that are kept at the Typography Workshop at the Hochschule für bildende Künste in Hamburg. [Just Another Foundry] Schulz was head of the letterpress department at the Landeskunstschule Hamburg, at Lerchenfeld. [Nina Stössinger] JAF Johannes Original preserves the quirky shapes with blackletter influences for characters like ‘f h s z W Z’ and features compact capital umlauts.