Letters & Lettering: A Treatise With 200 Examples (page 2/8)

[picture: Front Cover, Letters and Lettering]

Front Cover, Letters and Lettering

The cover is a light greenish brown. The letters are actually indented, although the light from the scanner made them look embossed. [$]

[picture: 1.---Alphabet After Serlio, Reconstructed by Albert R. Ross.]

1.—Alphabet After Serlio, Reconstructed by Albert R. Ross.

Constructed capitals: diagram showing how to draw letters with rulers and compasses against a grid. [more...] [$]

[picture: Letter G from ``Alphabet after Serlio'']

Letter G from “Alphabet after Serlio”

The letter G taken from Fig. 1. [$]

[picture: Letter H from ``Alphabet after Serlio'']

Letter H from “Alphabet after Serlio”

The letter H taken from Fig. 1. [$]

[picture: Letter I from ``Alphabet after Serlio'']

Letter I from “Alphabet after Serlio”

The letter I taken from Fig. 1. [$]

[picture: Letter N from ``Alphabet after Serlio'']

Letter N from “Alphabet after Serlio”

The letter N taken from Fig. 1. [$]

[picture: Letter N from ``Alphabet after Serlio'']

Letter N from “Alphabet after Serlio”

The letter O taken from Fig. 1. [$]

[picture: Letter P from ``Alphabet after Serlio'']

Letter P from “Alphabet after Serlio”

The letter P taken from Fig. 1. [$]

[picture: Letter T from ``Alphabet after Serlio'']

Letter T from “Alphabet after Serlio”

The letter T taken from Fig. 1. [$]

[picture: Letter V from ``Alphabet after Serlio'']

Letter V from “Alphabet after Serlio”

The letter V taken from Fig. 1. [$]

[picture: Letter A from ``Alphabet after Serlio'']

Letter A from “Alphabet after Serlio”

The letter A taken from Fig. 1. [$]


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