Designed by Michel Waxmann and issued by Hollenstein for phototypesetting in 2 styles, shadow (shown) and noir (solid), with alternates for ‘C’ and ‘G’, before 1974 [Modern Publicity 1974]. Shown in Modern Publicity 1976 as a Hollenstein exclusive, in 6 styles: shadow, noir (solid), shadow étroit (condensed), noir étroit, ombré (close shadow), éclairé (outlined). In 1975, Mecanorma released Bronx for dry-transfer lettering, in 2 styles: Shaded (like ombré) and a condensed version thereof, named Dropshadow Condensed [Kontekst, Ariadne, Reichardt]. No lowercase. A copy is shown in Castcraft’s Encyclopedia of Phototype Styles (1978) as Bore.
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