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

Berthold Bauer Halbfette Secession

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Well done, Tecno! Here’s more about Secession and some related typefaces: https://fontsinuse.com/typefaces/27633/secession
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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.

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