This voluminous and diversified collection contains more than 5,000 examples of two-, three-, and four-letter combinations in a rich variety of styles. Arranged alphabetically in columns, each series is grouped under an appropriate head. Crowns, coronets, and a number of ancient and modern alphabets ... read more
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This voluminous and diversified collection contains more than 5,000 examples of two-, three-, and four-letter combinations in a rich variety of styles. Arranged alphabetically in columns, each series is grouped under an appropriate head. Crowns, coronets, and a number of ancient and modern alphabets are displayed in the final plates, with many quaint and beautiful specimens of ornamental lettering found throughout the work. Indispensable to commercial artists and designers, the comprehensive sourcebook of royalty-free design will also be a boon to craftworkers.
Reprint of An Encyclopedia of Monograms, J. O'Kane, Pub., New York, 1884.
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