Rundgotisch

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What is the Rundgotisch font?

One of my favorites. Rundgotisch is a easy to read for eyes that are accustomed to roman letterforms, yet keeps in touch with its blackletter roots. It was released around 1900 by Schelter & Giesecke of Leipzig, Germany.
Can be used to set short text passages and pairs easily with many different decorative initials of the period. A very useful typeface. Don’t leave home without it. More…
According to Bringhurst, Schelter & Giesecke was formed in 1819 by Johann Gottfied Schelter and Christian Friedrich Giesecke. This old German printing house was sucked up by state-owned Typoart in 1946, after Marshall Zhukov and the Red Army had established Soviet dominion over East Germany.

Rundgotisch Font families

The Rundgotisch includes the following font families:

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