As the name implies, this is a geometrically constructed font is based on an eight sided polygon. The Lanston issue of the 1930s was based on a 19th century design. The stark angularity of the face is both quaint and antique and at the same time oddly contemporary. Octic Gothic #2 is a more condensed and thinner version of Octic Gothic.
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