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Popular in typesetting studios sans serif design created in the Idźkowski i S-ka foundry. It is a reengineered version of Futura by Paul Renner. It was first cast in 1931. In the 30's it was registered in the decorative design department of the Patent Office. The typeface was created in 5 Latin variants: Thin, SemiBold, Bold, Display and Italic. It also has two Cyrillic variants. Paneuropa was produced after II World War until 1992.