Free clip-art: Eighteenth-century Border from Figures pour les Misselsdetails

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Image title: Free clip-art: Eighteenth-century Border from Figures pour les Missels
Source: Fournier, Le Jeune.: “Manuel Typographique, utile Aux Gens de Lettres” (1766)
Keywords: borders, greyscale
Status: out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free stock image for all purposes usage credit requested
Please do not redistribute without permission, since running this site is expensive.

This is an 18th century French border used to surround a page; it is not modern, slick and perfect. For example, one part of the border near the top left corner is actually upside down. But its imperfection is part of its charm. You can also see the whole page.

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Filename: 133-Figures-pour-les-Missels-border-q100-286x500.jpg
Typographer: Fournier
Scanner dpi: 2400
Unmarked: You can get a version of this image without the watermark at the lower right corner by requesting it here; The images are watermarked to help people find where they came from if they get reposted to blogs or other sites. Images under 1200 pixels on a side are still free, although I will ask for a donation :-)
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