Naudin is in my opinion one of the most underestimated designers of that time. Cassandre and Jackno were his colleges at D&P but seemed to understand more about promoting themselves. Naudin was not designing fonts that were in fashion in those days, he prefered to do his own thing.
Since he only drew one set of initials I had to do the rest. I designed three versions to be used together.
First a "Normal" version with capitals are not so elaborate and open lowercase letters, it is very useful for longer copy.
Second an "Extra" version whose capitals stick pretty much to the originals, but with slightly narrower and diffent lowercase letters as well as Medieval ciphers.
Third a "StartEnd" version, that gives you very elaborate capitals to start a text and lowercase end-letters to finish a paragraph with.
The "Extra" letters are to be mixed with the "Normal" and the "StartEnd" letters are there for perfection.
Yours elegantly Gert Wiescher.