“The roman and italic were issued by Inland Type Foundry in 1900, with other versions [Condensed, Light Face, Bold Italic, Condensed Bold] added the following year, Curiously, only the italic and condensed forms seem to have survived long enough to be included in ATF’s inventory of matrices when numbers were assigned.” — McGrew
The italic comes with several (swash) alternates, e.g. for ‘ABDPRST’. The Light Face is shown in McGrew with alternates for ‘ERahmns’.
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