A revival of Flamme (Schelter & Giesecke, 1933), but with considerable design changes. Terminals and dots are rounded, conters are bigger, descenders are longer, ‘t’ is shorter, ‘r’ is cursive, ‘C’ is wider, ‘S’ is narrower, ‘P’ doesn’t descend, ‘Z’ has no crossbar. More differences in ‘b h j p x z Q T V W X &’ and other glyphs. The alternate ‘r’ and ‘s’ as well as the ‘tz’ ligature are missing.
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