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Lukas Brandis

Book printer and typefounder in Lübeck, Germany. He learned typefounding in Peter Schöffer's shop in Mainz. He started printing in 1473 in Merseburg and in 1474 in Lübeck. He finished his 474-page masterpiece, Rudimentum novitiorum in 1475. Besides book printing was Brandis mainly occupied as typefounder for himself and others. He founded the type for Missale Magdeburgense (1480, Bartholomäus Ghotan). Brandis died between 1502 and 1504.

Digital typefaces based on his work include Lucas Brandis (2011, Shane Brandes).

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