Berolina from Wilhelm Gronau type foundry, Berlin-Schöneberg appeared around 1900 in the style of Art Nouveau. This meager display font has a similar characteristic style as the co-located in my assortment Nathan. The type foundry of William Gronau was from about the mid-19th to the early 20th century and sales both writings from the hand Gronau as well as some very famous type designers this time, such as Heinrich Wieynck. known was the type foundry substantially for your display and title fonts, including many fracture and Art Nouveau fonts as well as for a versions, ornaments, vignettes, and the like. 1915, the font foundry in the possession of the company Klingspor.
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Berolina font contains 204 defined characters and 202 unique glyphs. The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (91), Latin-1 Supplement (83), Latin Extended-A (9), Spacing Modifier Letters (4), Latin Extended Additional (1), General Punctuation (13), Currency Symbols (1), Letterlike Symbols (1).
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