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Typography and the postage stamp (4)

25/07/2011

This continues an earlier  discussion to be found here.

What interests me about this example (from the UK of 1993) are not so much the stamps – though they are of value too – but the headline – A R T.

The A is letter cut; the R is brush letter; while the T is in wood. A nice and, perhaps, rare combination.

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