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Font identification needed, from print editions 1935

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Marko

Hi all, 

I was digging thru old Serbian newspapers in the digital library when i noticed this typeface.

I wonder is it a known style or something that might be lost in digital transition. here are some samples i did a screenshot of.

 

This is a latin, mixed case.

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Cyrillic caps

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Here is a mixed case cyrillic paragraph.

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Let me know if it looks familiar. My knowledge in serif is really basic so it might be a really famous one for all i know. 

Cheers,

Marko.

 

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George Thomas

The font is Belwe, originally called Belwe Medium Bold from Schelter & Giesecke, 1926. The font was digitized by Bitstream under the name Belwe Medium.

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Marko

Thank you George : )

I had no idea where to start the search. The font is certainly Belwe. I still have more on the topic, but since the font identification is done i will continue  here.

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