Issued in 1925 by Berthold, accompanied by a series of initials.
Dieter Steffmann made a crude freebie digitization in 2002. A digital version of better quality was made by Ingo Preuss as Sebaldus in 2006 (PreussType, released in 2015?). It comes in two styles, Normal (used for the sample) and Printed, but doesn’t include any initials. Ralph M. Unger added another version named Sebaldus (RMU, 2019).
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