PRAVDA slab serif from early 20thC

modernactivity's picture

Hello

I am after a bit of type-sleuthing for this early (1917) example of what I guess is a wood type slab serif for PRAVDA. Kind of similar to this revival family http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/flat-it/dharma-slab/m-extra-bold/ but not quite, missing the rounded exit junctions before the slab-serifs...

Any clues?

thanks as ever for your time!

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Ryuk's picture

Makes me thinking instantly to Legion Slab recently designed by Phil Pham.

modernactivity's picture

Thanks for the link, but still not right, the A has a serif at the top in Legion, whereas Pravda has a simple A...

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