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Typeface from the printhouse of Fiol Szwajpolt, used to typeset the first Cyrillic prints in history. The printing house was active in Kraków in 1490-1492. The semi-ustav typeface was cut by Fiol Szwajpolt and Rudolf Borsdorf, student of the Academy of Kraków. The shown example comes from the Triod cvietnaja book from 1491.