A printer's uppercase alphabet (no. 24)

A printer's uppercase alphabet (no. 24)


Inspired by the layout of many old typecases which were first laid out when the Latin alphabet only had 24 letters. It would have been very time consuming and costly to update the order, so the U and J were just added to the end.

Letterpress printed in Faversham, England, using wood and metal type in Pantone Black and Neon Orange (Pantone 804) onto white 100% cotton Gmund archival quality paper.

10 x 15 inches (254 x 381 mm)

Printed by Drayson & Stock, England.

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