Alessandrini 7 was designed by Jean Antoine Alessandrini and released by Hollenstein in 1972.
Billy Beck is a rendition of Billy Beck System, designed by William Beck for VGC, date unknown.
Including lowercase characters, Boton is a rendition of Black Boton (1970), designed by Albert Boton. It was issued by Hollenstein and reissued digitally by Monotype (caps only) in 1997.
Chariot is a slanted display typeface of unknown origin (found on e-daylight.jp).
Crowbar is listed in Mecanorma’s Graphic Book 14 (1988) and credited to M. Dolman.
Damon is a rendition of Zenedipity by Ed Benguiat for Photo-Lettering (listed in 1965), also issued as Dante by Lettergraphics in 1968.
Diamond is based on an unnamed sample from the Handbook of Early Advertising Art by Clarence P. Hornung, published by Dover Inc., New York, 1953.
Clarence P. Hornung
Egide was designed by Patricia Sicre and issued by Mecanorma as a contest winner in 1972.
Globe was created by Bogdan Żochowski and released in 1979 by Mecanorma.
Heigemeir was designed by Franz Heigemeir and released by VGC.
Horizontal was designed by Max Miedinger released by Haas as an all-caps font in 1965. An original lowercase has been omitted from previous versions.
Horseman (designer, date and foundry unknown) was found in Alphabete 2, published by Novum Press.
Hypnos was designed by Jean Antoine Alessandrini for Hollenstein in 1969 and shown in their 1974 catalog (no caps).
Leporello is a rendition of Poppl-Leporello by Friedrich Poppl, released in 1977 by Berthold.
Oliver is listed in Benjamin Bauermeister’s A Manual of Comparative Typography: The PANOSE System (designer and date unknown).
Priam (all caps, without numerals) was designed by Jean Antoine Alessandrini for Hollenstein in 1976.
Sanditype was designed by Steven Mark Bernstein for Photo-Lettering in 1969.
Shark was designed by Walter Haettenschweiler in 1974, shown in the revised edition of Lettera 2.
Solitaire was designed by John Walter Denzler and released by VGC among fifteen winners of a competition in 1965.
John Denzler 1965
Square Gothic was released by Ludlow (ca. 1920) and most likely designed by Robert Wiebking, since he worked Ludlow at the time. Others sources credit Robert H. Middleton.
Strada was created by Walter Haettenschweiler, shown in Lettera 3 (1967).
Lettera One Two Three Arthur Niggli
Tangent was designed by Carbalade Delfant for Hollenstein in roughly 1974.
Thompson is a rendition of Thompson Pegasus, listed in Photo-Lettering’s Alphabet Thesaurus Vol. 1 (1960).
Triom, a 1973 Mecanorma contest winner, was designed by Jacques Loison, without caps.
Vanderburg is a rendition of a nameless art nouveau alphabet from the Rotterdamsche Schilderschool, collected by A. R. van der Burg at the beginning of the 20th century.
Ventura is shown in Photo-Lettering’s Alphabet Thesaurus Vol. 2 (2nd printing, 1970), designer unknown.
Vulcain was released by Fonderie Typographique Française (designer unknown) and is attributed
to the period between the wars (1918–1939).
WTC 145 was designed by Tom Carnase and released in 1983 by World Type Center (WTC) in four weights with italics. This is a rendition of the regular italic cut.
Zürich was designed in 1954 by Alex Stocker and Hans Gruber, shown in Lettera 1, published by Arthur Niggli (1954).