This (possibly) Austrian typecase matches a lay in Niel, Satztechnisches Taschen-Lexikon, 1925 (Wien). The lay of the case is Frakturkastens. It has 107 boxes and differs slightly from the Fraktur case of Bauer (1917), which has 109 boxes. The case for Antiqua as opposed to Fraktur needs even more boxes, for small caps and accents.

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This page was written in 2006 by David Bolton and last updated 31 March 2006.