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Rudhardsche Gießerei

German foundry established in 1842 by Johann Peter Nees, Phillip Rudhard and Johann Michael Huck, that was located in Offenbach am Main. Carl Klingspor (1839-1903), the father, bought the Rudhardsche Gießerei in 1892. It was renamed Gebr. Klingspor in 1906. Scans of some of its typefaces:

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file name: Rudhardsche Offenbacher Schwabacher 1900 after1906at Klingspor


file name: Delbanco Offenbacher Schwabacher 1996 after Gustav Ruprecht Rudhardsche 1899


file name: Delbanco Offenbacher Schwabacher 1996 after Gustav Ruprecht Rudhardsche 1899b


file name: Rudhardsche Behrens Schrift


file name: Rudhardsche Eckmann Schrift


file name: Otto Eckmann Eckmannschrift 1900 Klingspor


file name: Bitstream Freeform710 after Otto Eckmann Eckmann 1900


file name: Otto Eckmann Rudhardsche Initialen


file name: Ralph M Unger Initials R M U One 2012 after Otto Eckmann Rudhardsche Initialen 1900


file name: Ralph M Unger Initials R M U One 2012 after Otto Eckmann Rudhardsche Initialen 1900b


file name: Otto Eckmann Eckmann Schrift 1900 1902 Delbanco


file name: Rudhardsche Walthari


file name: Rudhardschen Walthari Initialen


file name: Rudhardschen Behrens Initialen


file name: Rudhardschen Schwabacher Initialen







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