Designed by Martin Wilke and first cast in 1933 by Woellmer. Wilke Kursiv is a matching style with a lowercase and swash caps. From 1938, the pair was carried by Schriftguss as Burgund (Kursiv) and Ambassador (Versalien)
In his digital revival (Canada Type, 2013), Hans van Maanen merged both styles as Wilke Kursiv and expanded them into 3 weights, with small caps. The sample shows the digital Wilke Kursiv in all caps.
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