The quintessential Art Deco type. It was derived from the German type designer Rudolph Koch’s 1927 face “Kabel”, and quickly became mainstream in American typography. Koch was quoted as saying, “The task of creating a type with a pair of compasses and a straight edge has always attracted me.”
In addition to the 75 standard characters in Sans Serif Light, this 18 point size is furnished with the full set of twelve Deco Alternates, plus guillamets and pilcrow, as shown.
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