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An abecediary is the full alphabet, usually listed in order, historically carved in stone or written in book form. Typically used for practice exercises, you may remember one form of abecediary stretched across the top of your grade school classroom's blackboard.

The modern English alphabet's 26 majuscule forms were set in bold Bookman Old Style, designed to fit together sturdily by overlapping and connecting serifs. The result is an appealing five-row arrangement of all of your favorite letters, in all of their typographic glory.

This abecediary is laser cut from salvaged cabinetry wood, measuring 6" wide by 5 1/4" tall at 1/5" thick. While this piece will not stand on its own, it looks great leaning in a bookshelf or hanging on a wall near any typophile's desk.

Bookman Abecediary in Salvaged Wood



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, salvaged wood
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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