Hch. Wuhrmann invoice, 1941
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In their eBay shop, allesauspaper shows a set of older invoices by the same company, from the 1920s. The letterheads may be more beautiful, but it’s all lettering, and hence not for Fonts In Use.
At the end of his article on the Satz- und Druck-Musterheft 1938, Paul Shaw notes:
It is quite evident that blackletter and roman typefaces not only co-existed in German graphic design in 1938, but that they were consciously paired. […] And when schaftstiefelgrotesks were used, they were often joined to geometric sans serifs in an attempt to project an air of modernity.