The Book of Ornamental Alphabets, Ancient and Mediæval, from the Eighth Century–

Friday, 23 November 2007

THE
BOOK OF ORNAMENTAL ALPHABETS,
Ancient and Mediæval,
FROM THE EIGHTH CENTURY.

WITH NUMERALS,
INCLUDING
Gothic; Church Text, Large and Small; German Arabesque; Initials for Illumination,
MONOGRAMS, CROSSES, &c.,
FOR THE USE OF
ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING DRAUGHTSMEN, MASONS, DECORATIVE PAINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, ENGRAVERS, CARVERS, &c.
COLLECTED AND ENGRAVED BY F. DELAMOTTE.

SIXTEENTH EDITION

LONDON:
CROSBY LOCKWOOD AND SON, 7, STATIONERS' HALL COURT.
1914.

Trivia: In case you hadn’t noticed, the letter J is mostly missing. It’s a post Renaissance letter not to be found in mediæval documents.

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