A set of accompanying open caps to Romulus, made by Enschedé’s punch-cutter Paul H. Rädisch “not long before his retirement in 1956” by engraving “a white line in the large sizes of Romulus roman capitals, under Van Krimpen’s direction.” [Tracy: Letters of Credit] Reichardt gives a 1936 date. [Reichardt 2011]
A digitization based on the 60pt size was made by Ari Rafaeli (ARTypes) sometime before 2007 [MyFonts], but is no longer available.
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