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WEDDINGS

and old English type which is a slight modification of the early century form, bringing the intricate M and W into stronger outline:

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Among the types which still retain their popularity are the shaded Old English shown here:

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the plain Roman block letter:

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the shaded Roman:

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and the English Script:

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The most approved card for the large church wedding is in shaded Caxton type. See the engraved example which accompanies this book.

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