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Art nouveau, monolinear sans-serif, named "Jerwan", looking for other names

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This is from a 1990 German book of various display faces. Some of them are under a different name in the book than what I'm familiar with, so I thought that this one might be known as something else as well because I can't find information online about a typeface called Jerwan.
asked by Sander (209 points) May 12

2 Answers

+2 votes
Best answer

It's the orginal Berthold Bauer Halbfette Secession on which the HiH's version is based:

Berthold Bauer Halbfette Secession

answered by Tecnotronic Champ (3,786 points) May 12
selected by Sander May 14
Well done, Tecno! Here’s more about Secession and some related typefaces:
+2 votes

Sorry, not finding any references to Jerwan either.

Reminds me of Secession and ITC Stoclet Bold—the latter being closer to your sample if you use its alternate A.

answered by kthomps5 Expert (1,724 points) May 12