A film typeface designed by Phil Martin for his Alphabet Innovations in 1969. [Martin] Named Harem because Martin thought the tail on ‘Q’ somewhat resembled a penis. Copied by Castcraft as Margit, which is different in several details. [George Thomas, Canada Type] Lettergraphics had both Margit and Harem, the latter as Margit No. 2.
Digital interpretations include Harem (The Font Company, 1989-95; with faux small caps in the lowercase) and Johnny (Canada Type, 2006; revised and extended, used for sample).