One of several caps-only Art Nouveau alphabets (or rather sets of initials) drawn by Étienne Mulier and published in Lettres Art Nouveau in ca. 1900. A version “redrawn and completed” by Walter Haettenschweiler and Armin Haab is reproduced in Lettera 3 (1968) as Alphabet Art Nouveau. Obvious differences besides the fact that Mulier’s version is bichromatic can be found in the detailing of some of the tendrils (e.g. ‘D’, ‘M’).
Film type adaptations appear in a mid-1970s Typeshop catalog as Art Nouveau and in the Solotype catalog (1992) as Novella.
Digitized by Dieter Steffmann as Art Nouveau Caps (1999, with numerals from Arnold Böcklin, used for sample).
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