First cast by Roos & Junge in 1902. Shown in Petzendorfer’s Schriftenatlas (1903–1905) and in Solotype’s Art Nouveau Display Alphabets (1976).
Listed in Photo-Lettering’s Alphabet Thesaurus Vol. 2 as Xenotype 3474 and as Mira in One Line. Lettergraphics had it as Ira. Digital interpretations include Mira (Sam Wang, 1993), Grouse (WSI, 1993), Madeira (Brendel, 1994), Blake Haber’s Miracle (Dixie’s Delights, 1995), VanBeen (SWFTE), Bistro (SSK), and, better drawn, Tom Wallace’s Mira (HiH, 2009, used for sample).
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