When we recently pulled these two sheets of out a box we were instantly struck by the readability of these foreign forms. And they’re pretty striking. If only we had a use for them. Actually, we did just use a blackletter for a job. Had we known about this face we might’ve used it instead. Oh, well. . . . Anyway, according to Fonts in Use, the Tannenberg family used in these showings was designed by Erich Meyer and released by Stempel in five styles between 1933–35. We’ve not gone through the trouble of typing this text into Google Translate to figure out what these say. Let us know what you learn.
- Size: 8.875 × 12.125 inches
- Pages: 2 loose sheets, each printed on one side only
- Binding: n/a
- Condition: Fine, but folded and the black one has a slight fold but it’s not a big deal.
- Publisher: Stempel, n.d.