I was reading through “Types of their time – A short history of the geometric sans” by Ferdinand Ulrich when I spotted a gorgeous ampersand – simple but seemingly unique and stuck in the pre-computer era. I wonder if anyone has released a digital typeface containing an ampersand that sports a gap like that. My searches came up empty; not even Coming Together has such a glyph. FF Mark (which spurred the writing of the article) doesn’t have it either. I have not found a modern Rund-Grotesk, Saxo or Kristall-Grotesk. Any thoughts?