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Yes — think of that kind of stuff most strongly associated with the 
newly-emerging German country (that amalgam of formerly different 
states) of the 19th century — it probably would be as near to futuristic 
as makes no difference in the context (same goes for whatever scripts 
the new-born Italy favoured).
mg

Scríobh 05/05/2011 20:47, Michael Brady:
> On May 5, 2011, at 3:39 PM, Marion Gunn wrote:
>
>> Germany are hardly 150 years old, for example) so fonts typically used then in those two new-born or about to be born countries might seem futuristic to a 19th century
> Well, in 1455, that moveable fraktur stuff looked real futuro-retro--and it happened in Germany!


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