Carl S. Junge was a bookplate artist
who lived in Chicago and made beautiful art deco
book illustrations, posters and designs in the 1930s.
Just check this
gorgeous William Morris
to be convinced.
Barnhart Brothers & Spindler, the main Chicago-based
foundry of that era, dedicates quite a few
pages to Junge in its
1931 specimen book entitled
"Type faces : border designs, typecast ornaments, brass rule : selective specimens of preferred matter".
This is the connection between Junge and type, as his
designs became one of the attractions in
The picture here is taken from that book.
Nick Curtis's digitizations
In the typeface Jungle Holiday Cuts NF (2004), Nick Curtis digitized a series of 26 holiday typographic ornaments based on the works of Carl S. Junge for the Barnhart Brothers & Spindler type foundry in the 1920s. Single-color cuts are in the uppercase positions, while 13 of the cuts suitable for two-color usage occupy the lowercase. The font can be bought here.
In the typeface Mazurka NF (2004), Nick Curtis combined two typefaces from the 1923 Barnhart Brothers & Spindler specimen books: Swagger Capitals (by Junge) is used for the uppercase and Gothic Novelty Title (perhaps not by Junge) for the lowercase.