Two digital fonts by Solotype which appear to be based on the same source. According to Dan X. Solo, Moulin Rouge (2004) “came from a shop near Munich, Germany, and was a very poor proof with no font name on it.” The slightly lighter and more contrasted Welcome (2005) is “another of those early 20th century, post art nouveau types from Europe. Probably German.” MyFonts mentions Van Loey-Nouri from Belgium as the original foundry, but doesn’t cite any source for that info.
Staudel Xenotype P (Photo-Lettering, 1962) is a phototype face that is virtually identical to Welcome.
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