Released in 1933 by Schelter & Giesecke. Typefounders of Chicago had it as Bon Aire. [Reichardt] Display Face by Joyce & Co. is a closely related wood typeface. Fanal is an accompanying style with plain strokes.
Revived by Alan Meeks in 1993 under the original name, but with considerable design changes, see Flamme (Letraset). In many regards, Maize (Rick Mueller, 1992) is closer to the original, but suffers from poor outlines and loose spacing. Bon Aire (Dick Pape, 2011) is another freebie revival that stays close to the original, but has a limited character set and unbalanced spacing.
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