Harbour is a unique typeface that combines elements of blackletter and Latin letterforms. Traditional blackletter faces can create reading difficulties for present-day readers, but the Latin-influenced style of Harbour greatly enhances its legibility. It was designed by Gareth Hague and released through Alias in 1998. Harbour is available in three weights—light, medium and bold.
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