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The main idea of the project was to preserve the disappearing remnants of the typographic past of Szczecin, which, despite the glyph span shortened by time, may be an inspiration for many future extensions of the already established family. Stettinum Nicodemus Pro is a typeface family consisting of 24 varieties. Three of them are variable, 21 are targeted at a specific weight category. The block structure of regular construction and relatively high miniature allows for many different applications. The 700, 800 and 900 classic versions (Sansum and Serifum) are for titles, headings and accolades, typefaces 300 to 600 from Serifum and Sansum are text typefaces. Cursivum stands out from the other two branches of the Stettinum, so it can be used for highlights and inclusions in continuous text, but nothing prevents the composition of a text block with this variation.