I'm looking for Cyrillic fonts that have a "forked" yat similar to the ones in Old Standard v2 or Linux Libertine. The intended use is for the web rather than print, so unfortunately that rules out a high-contrast face like Old Standard.
I've already browsed all of the serif faces at http://paratype.com that supports 19th-century Russian orthography, and have also looked at just about everything at http://free.type.org.ua/en/. The forked variant of the yat character seems to be pretty rare.
Linux Libertine has a fairly neutral appearance that would be OK for the intended use, and the yat fits the pre-revolutionary feeling I have in mind. However, there's something about the high bar in the lowercase "e" that says "not a traditional Cyrillic letter form". So I wonder whether Libertine is considered to be a good or bad face for Cyrillic.
Something like Leksa would be great -- but as far as I can tell it lacks the yat variant I'm seeking (unless there's a stylistic variant that's not shown in the glyph maps).
Any opinions welcome. Thanks!