Plate 71.—Fifteenth Century No. 1a.details

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Image title: Plate 71.—Fifteenth Century No. 1a.
Source: Tymms, W. R.: “The Art of Illuminating As Practised in Europe from the Earliest Times” (1860)
Keywords: initials, calligraphy, red, colour, lettering, typography, alphabets
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A series of bold initials from detached fragments in the South Kensington Museum.” (p. 103)

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