|The above two images from Michael Hochleitner's Flickrstream of the ephemera|
collection at the University of Reading. The B here must stand for Bucolic.
|Alexander Anderson woodcut from the NY Public Library archive.|
|Dutch alphabet book from Geheugen van Nederland.|
|Post card for sale on Etsy for $7.|
|Page in a late 19th Century almanac from the Letterology Archives.|
|Charming pin. Wish I remember where I found it, and sure wish I owned it!|
|Flip side of a carte de visite from the Letterology Archives.|
|From some book of mine, but don't have a clue which book.|
|Wonderful cover of Imballaggio Magazine designed by Max Huber. |
From Sandi Vincent's Flickrstream.
|From the 1903 penmanship book, Designs for Letters and Monograms, by John B. Wiggins Co. You can see more in an earlier post here.|
This is Part 1 in what may be a continuing series of rustic typography. I'm just a nature girl at heart who loves woodsy letters.