Fancy Letters of the Alphabet

This selection of Fancy Letters of the Alphabet comes from a 1868 volume of Peterson’s Magazine. These letters inside were described as being “Patterns for Marking.” Each image contains three letters, with the exception of Z, which is by itself, and the letters A to Z, which are all together on a single image. Notice that in Old English alphabets, the letters I and J were interchangeable. I hope you like these very Fancy Letters of the Alphabet.









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