Schneidler is a serif typeface originally created by German designer F.H. Ernst Schneidler in 1936. It was first published through Bauer and later through Stempel. The design was inspired by Venetian types of the Renaissance and features distinctive cupped serifs. The most recognizable character in Schneidler is the question mark—it looks like the shape was rotated nearly 180° with the dot left behind on the bottom.
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