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Alphabets Old & New [65 Plus Images]

Alphabets Old & New [65 Plus Images]

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Alphabets Old and New, for the Use of Craftsmen is a book on typography and lettering written by Lewis F. Day and published in 1910. Day was a prominent English designer and design theorist in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and his book is a comprehensive guide to the art of lettering and typography.

The book is organized into several sections, each of which focuses on a different aspect of typography and lettering. The first section provides an overview of the history of lettering, tracing its development from ancient times to the modern era. The subsequent sections focus on the design of various types of letterforms, including Roman and Gothic alphabets, as well as more ornate and decorative styles.

The book is illustrated throughout with numerous examples of different lettering styles, as well as examples of their use in various applications, such as book design, advertising, and signage. It is still regarded as an important reference work for anyone interested in the art of typography and lettering, and is valued for its historical significance as well as its practical advice and guidance.

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