Delphian is an all-caps display typeface created by R. Hunter Middleton in 1928 and published by Monotype Imaging.  Delphian has a modern, yet classic style  and is notable for having no lower-case characters.  One website commented on Middleton's font, "His tour de force, Delphian Open Title, invokes that rare intellectual response, admiration."  It is seldom used today, except to evoke an art deco aura.
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