A bold casual sans with subtly flared stems, distinguished by ball terminals on the tops of ‘a’ and ‘s’. Designer and origin unknown. Shown in Lettergraphics’ 1976 (but not yet in their 1969) catalog with many alternates, including biform and swash glyphs. The swashless version is named Herbie Flair Normal. Shown in Castcraft’s 1978 Encyclopedia as Oboe Flair.
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