AKA series 455. Also cast by Gujarati and by Løhr (as Waterloo). Named Uhlen-Schreibschrift [Seemann, 1936/37] and Tempelhof-Schreibschrift (1939) in Germany [Reichardt], probably after the publisher Ullstein-Verlag based in Berlin-Tempelhof. The 1991 edition of Rookledge’s International Typefinder shows a sample with several revised (or alternate?) glyphs: ‘AHJP’ without visible returning strokes, ‘T’ with stem curved to the left, ‘hk’ without descenders.
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