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    Posted 5 years ago

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    Recent auction pick ups! I'm unable to find the font patterns in Thuro's vol 1 & 2, don't own vol 3. Any further info on dates, pattern names, etc , would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for looking! Ed

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    1. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 5 years ago
      Not sure about the one on the left and it has an odd shape but the one on the right has a "Lowell Loop" type pattern so could be a variant of the known Lowell Loop pattern. Bob
    2. edkal65 edkal65, 5 years ago
      Ya, the left one is pretty cool, I'm digging the font shape! Thanks again for your input Bob
    3. edkal65 edkal65, 5 years ago
      Well, the only other example of the lamp on the left that I've seen through my searching called this an umbrella font, makes sense lol, circa 1890s

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