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It is not only coarse but extremly black, and it is quite right to name it Black Letter in English. Ernst Schneidler, the designer, created the smallest possible counters. Still, this very coarse black letter is sensitive in detail and drawn with a high level of aesthetics. By the way, it was said in Schneidler’s design class in Stuttgart that his number one student Walter Brudi had cut some of the characters with »silhoutte scissors« from black paper. Sharing his ideas and work with his students does not at all decrease or lower his copyright. Ganz Grobe Gotisch is not only a distinguised but also a very catchy design. (Albert Kapr in Fraktur – »Form und Geschichte der gebrochenen Schrift«.)
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