Yes! – I’d frame that. I find the ‘G’ particularly nice and it reminds me of Colorado history and some of my favorite Laura Ingalls Wilder stories. I’m also partial to the H – (I love a good bridge) and the W (maybe my parents would like that — it is the first letter of my maiden name). Plus it seems so pleasingly garden-y.
The full set can be seen at the British Museums website. This illustrated alphabet was create between 1818 and 1860 by Charles Joseph Hullmandel and includes a full set of 26 contoured landscapes.
These are my favorites — which do you love? (Click through to the British Museum website to see the fantastic details).
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