In the late 1800s various U.S. foundries released type based on continental European type commonly known as Elzevir in France (by Gustave Mayeur, based on 17th-century Dutch printers [McGrew]) and Roemisch or Romanisch in Germany. The earliest of these American revivals may be Central’s all-caps French Old Style and French Old Style No. 2 which had a lowercase and more sizes. By 1906 ATF had revised it as Lining French Oldstyle No. 552. Monotype’s version was No. 71. MS&J’s was French Elzevir.