The Royal Alphabet of Kings and Queens illustrated by John Gilbert title page, a black and white royal crest is displayed under a title that reads "The Royal Alphabet of King and Queens"

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The Royal Alphabet of Kings and Queens illustrated by John Gilbert title page, a black and white royal crest is displayed under a title that reads "The Royal Alphabet of King and Queens"

Description

Photographic scan of interior of The Royal Alphabet of Kings and Queens, John Gilbert, London: Joseph Cundall, 1843. Scan of title page. Page is white paper with black letterpress serif type, all capitals. Title is centered at the top of page in larger capitalized type. A large wood-engraving illustration occupies the majority of the page below title and features a lion and a unicorn circling a royal coat of arms. Boughs of flowers and stretches of fur litter the floor below their paws and hooves. Edition and printing information is printed below the illustration in all capitals.

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“The Royal Alphabet of Kings and Queens illustrated by John Gilbert title page, a black and white royal crest is displayed under a title that reads "The Royal Alphabet of King and Queens",” Gallery, accessed May 21, 2024, https://gallery.lib.umn.edu/items/show/5253.