Antiquakasten mit Akzenten


This (possibly) Austrian typecase configuration matches the Antiquakasten lay in Niel, Satztechnisches Taschen-Lexikon, 1925 (Wien). With 142 boxes, it has slightly fewer boxes than Bauer's similar case. Both cases are intended to cater for Latin with accents and small caps, but Niel omits the small caps. However, he does show a different Kapitälschen case that includes them.

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This page was written in 2006 by David Bolton and last updated 31 March 2006.