Yup, the Romana range was indeed continued at Moser, from my understanding. I found this out after my book had gone to the printer, so the information is on the Errata sheet that accompanies every book, and that can be downloaded from my website.
If you think about it, it makes absolute sense. After the Mstisov factory closed, and many of the workers moved to Moser, why stop them producing a successful design...at least for a while? They can be found in a number of different sizes and shapes, some more 'successful' than others. Personally, it's all about the elegance and flowing lines of the shape to me. I have a few now, but have left behind the ones where my eye won't make my mouth smile!
I also still think these things are under-rated, but that seems to be an unpopular view. When the design works, it really does work and is a great and affordable (usually under Ā£100 right now) example of this type of Czech glass.