Most of the early Nuremberg types are readily distinguished by the capital N, in which the cross stroke slants the wrong way.
The cross stroke when closely examined will be found to present many variations.
It is a cross, and in each case the down stroke is red and the cross stroke blue.
One is like the normal female (Venus) sign, but with no cross stroke on the downward stroke.
In this same word, also, the lower part of the C and the cross stroke of the T is defective.