Part of the collection of vector fonts developed circa 1967 by A. V. Hershey, see Hershey fonts. “Some writers refer to it as Gothic uncial while others call it Lombardic Gothic. […] The present version is an adaptation of a font of the American Type Founders Company [namely Missal Initials]. It is being named Italian Gothic because of its Lombardic origin.” — A. V. Hershey in Calligraphy for Computers (1967). This subset is also known as “gothicita” .