Lettergieterij Amsterdam’s name for the bold companion to Ella Cursief, offered from 1925. [Dutch typefounders’ specimens] Also named Italique-Robuste (for French markets?). Not by Sjoerd de Roos, but produced entirely by Wagner & Schmidt. Cast by several type foundries under various names. See Ella Cursief for more info. Berthold Fototypes had the bold weight as Elvira, the name used by C.E. Weber/Norddt. Schriftgießerei.
Digital versions of the Bold include Siena Black (Compugraphic), AntsyPants (Nick Curtis, 1999), Card Pro Black Italic (profonts, 2006; used for the sample).
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