A left-leaning advertising face, released in 1885 by Stempel as Helvetia in two weights. [Wetzig 1926] Credited to Wagner & Schmidt, before 1899. Also carried by L. Wagner and Weber under this name. Also known as Engadine and Reed’s Waverley (SB), Batardes Renversées (Turlot), Caprice (Genzsch & Heyse, before 1900), Corona (John & Söhne), Helvétiennes (Beaudoire, Peignot), Circular- und Kartenschrift (Roos & Junge), Favorit-Zirkular (Bauer), Kosmos (Berling), Mignon (Amsterdam), Neueste Kartenschrift (Brendler), Phantasta (Doskocil), Sorrento (Augusta). [Reichardt 2011]
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