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Wolfgang Hopyl

Hopyl (Hoppyl) was a printer in Paris (1489-1523). He made Textura typefaces (some are now called Hopyl Textura) and his work served as inspiration for many. For example, the Bauersche Giesserei published the Manuskript-Gotisch typeface (Hopyl, 1514) in 1899 (see also Stempel's version), which was digitally revived by Gerhard Helzel and Petra Heidorn (2004).

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file name: Hoppyl Textura 1506


file name: Manuskript Gotisch Bauersche 1899 after Wolfganghoppl 1514


file name: Stempel Manuskript Gotisch


file name: Manuskript Gotisch Alte Schwabacher Walbaum Fraktur


file name: Petra Heidorn Manuskript Gotisch 2004 after Wolfgang Hopyl 1514


file name: Bauersche Manuskript Gotisch 1899







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