The bold (lit.: wide semibold) cut (1890) of the generically named Grotesk by Schelter & Giesecke. Recently also referred to as Scheltersche Grotesk, which is historically inaccurate. Reworked by Haas in c. 1900 as Französische Grotesk (initially named Breite fette Grotesk). Sold by Reggiani as Alala [1937 specimen] and by Nebiolo as Etrusco nero. [1958 specimen] See also the lighter Breite magere Grotesk and the heavier Breite fette Grotesk.