A joint venture between Enschedé and Monotype (series 458), the Romulus “series was to consist of a roman and an italic [a slanted Roman], a semi-bold and a semi-bold condensed, a [controversial] Greek typeface, and four weights of a matching sanserif.” [Dutch Type] Accompanied by a set of open caps. Cancelleresca Bastarda was designed and marketed as a cursive member of the series.
Frank E. Blokland created a digital revival between 1997 and 2003. DTL Romulus (roman and italic in 3 weights) was announced for 2015, but as of November 2016, it is not yet available.
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