History

1972
The Federation of Type Foundries and the Type Foundry Employer’s Association in Frankfurt are dissolved.
The Haas’sche type foundry in Basel/Münchenstein takes over the type foundry Deberny & Peignot, Paris.
The typeface collection of Deberny & Peignot included:

Acier noir (A. M. Cassandre) 1936
Amethyste (G. Vidal) 1954
Astrée (R. Girard) 1921
Auriol™ (G. Auriol) 1903
Bifur (A. M. Cassandre) 1928
Bolide (G. Vidal) 1954
Chaillot (M. Jacno)
Nicolas Cochin™ 1912
Contact (I. Reiner) 1952
Cristal Initiales (R. Peignot) 1955
Eclair (M. Vox) 1935
Floride (I. Reiner) 1939
Garamont (G. + C. Peignot)
Giraldon (A. Giraldon)
Grasset (E. Grasset) 1898
Meridien™n (A. Frutiger) 1957
Ondine™ (A. Frutiger) 1954
Peignot™ (A. M. Cassandre) 1937
Phoebus (A. Frutiger) 1953
President™ (A. Frutiger) 1954
Touraine (A. M. Cassandre) 1947
Univers™ (A. Frutiger) 1957


1970
Following the collapse of the type foundry C. E. Weber, Stuttgart (established in 1827), a part of the typeface collection is taken over by D. Stempel AG.
The typeface collection of C. E. Weber included:

Amati (G. Trump) 1951
Aurora Grotesk
Bison (J. Kirn) 1938
Chronika (W. Jacobs) 1936
Codex™ (G. Trump) 1954
Delphin™ (G. Trump) 1951
Deutsch Römisch (F. H. Schneidler) 1923
Druckhaus Antiqua 1919
Forelle (E. Mollwitz) 1936
Forum (G. Trump) 1948
Gabriele (H. Möhring) 1938
Jaguar™ (G. Trump) 1965
Kontrast (F. H. Schneidler) 1930
Palomba (G. Trump) 1954
Schadow Antiqua 1938
Signum (G. Trump) 1955
Suevia Fraktur (F. H. Schneidler)
Time Script™ (G. Trump) 1956
Trump Mediaeval™ (G. Trump) 1954


1969
Linotype introduces the “Linotron 505,”a cathode ray typesetting machine.


1968
D. Stempel AG begins producing typefaces for photo typesetting.


1967
The “Linotron 1010,” the result of a joint venture between Linotype and CBS, is installed at the U.S. Government Printing Office.


1966
Introduction of the “Lino Quick Setter,” a photo typesetting machine from Linotype capable of setting 24 000 characters per hour.


1963
Linotype takes over the type foundry Genzsch + Heyne, Hamburg (established 1833).
The typeface collection of Genzsch + Heyse included:

Anemone (E. Mollwitz) 1955
Basalt (E. Ege) 1926
Brahms Gotisch (H. Beck) 1937
Czeschka Antiqua (C. O. Czeschka) 1914
Domina (A. Auspurg) 1929
Ege-Schrift (E. Ege) 1921
Fortuna (F. Bauer) 1930
Fox (W. Rebhuhn) 1953
Genzsch Antiqua (F. Bauer) 1906
Genzsch Fraktur (F. Bauer) 1931
Gigant (H. Schmidt) 1926
Glaß Antiqua (F. P. Glaß) 1912
Heraldisch (O. Hupp) 1910
Heyse Antiqua (F. Bauer) 1921
Hobby (W. Rebhuhn) 1955
Horizontale (K. Klauß) 1942
Lithograph (Eickhoff) 1903
Monument (H. Schmidt)
Neudeutsch (O. Hupp) 1900
Numismatisch (O. Hupp) 1900
Oleander (J. Kirn) 1938
Olympia (C. O. Czeschka) 1929
Phalanx (H. Möhring) 1931
Rex (C. Adam) 1924
Semper Antiqua (H. Pauser) 1940
Senats Fraktur (F. Bauer) 1907
Souverän (A. Auspurg) 1913
Suberpia (H. König) 1913
Urdeutsch (A. Heimberg) 1924
Verona (H. Matheis) 1958

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