Schriftguss cast the Roman and italic styles of Pabst Oldstyle under license from ATF as Ohio-Schrift and Ohio-Kursiv. In 1922, they added a bold weight that was exclusive to them, Ohio-Kraft, drawn by Eduard Lautenbach. It comes with a second set of decorated cursive capitals, inspired by Pabst Oldstyle Italic. There are also a few end swash alternates (‘hnrz’). Also sold by Trennert.
Gert Wiescher’s digitization Ohio Bold (Wiescher Design, 2012) has several ligatures, but lacks the other extras. It is not faithful in many details, most notably in the design of ‘cdßüxyzQX4’. Neue Ohio Kraft by Oliver Weiss (Walden Font Co., 2017) is better in these regards.
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