5000 Decorative Monograms for Artists and Craftspeople by J. O'Kane

By J. O'Kane

Voluminous, diverse number of decorative two-, three-, and four-letter mixtures — all in a wealthy number of types. prepared alphabetically in columns, every one sequence is grouped below a suitable head. Crowns, coronets, and plenty of historical and smooth alphabets are displayed, making this accomplished sourcebook of permission-free designs crucial. one hundred thirty black-and-white plates.

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