In 1926 the German foundry Bauer produced a metal version of Bodoni’s typefaces, thanks to designs by Heinrich Jost and punches hand-engraved by Louis Höll. The proportions of Bauer Bodoni were closer to the original models than the ATF, calibrating the thickness of the strokes and maintaining some important details such as the vertex of the capital A, the slightly curvilinear joint of the serifs and the typical incision of the capital J. There was obviously a philological aim at the basis of this version and even today, in the light of more recent redesigns, the limits of Bauer Bodoni are obvious, in the digital version it remains one of the most widespread Bodonian typefaces.