A fine example of Neuland hand lettering done by Maria Montes.
N is for Neuland. A typeface created by Rudolph Koch in 1923.
It's challenging to hand letter. The entire letter is done using the broadest area
of your writing tool. It requires turning the nib at unusual angles. This makes it fun to play with.
Images from a class I attened several years ago to learn how to "do" Neuland.
you can tell I'm a newbie!
Hand drawn & cut out of decorated papers. Solves the nib angle problem.
The above is by Carol DuBosch, a well known Calligrapher.
This 14th edition is from 1941. When "fonts" were a hand done thing.
Looks like a version of Neuland to me.
This is the last page & the lettering around the perimeter also looks like Neuland.
There was a centennial edition printed a few years ago.
Versions of this typeface have been used in some immediately recognizable places.