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GeB_A_2_1959_crop.jpg
Unfortunately not very high resolution. It is close to Albertus, or Hiero Rhode Roman, but nothing seems to match perfectly.
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Most architectural lettering of this period is custom, not based on typefaces. If you’re looking for something with that high-waisted ‘A’, see Koch-Antiqua and related faces.

answered by Champ (7.7k points)
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thanks, yes Koch Antiqua, aka Locarno is on my list but Koch almost always does a U with a lower serif. I guess i will have to customize the font for a remake.
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