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7 pointed rigger with the flat chisel point, and make single-stroke movements. For smaller letters the size of copy use a No. 5 rigger, and you must keep your brush-point flat. practice, A ing a rule lines of the letter place retailer attracted a incties two lines apart, % crowd with a white show card hav- heavy black border, lettered in show-card text: "In memoriam; they were stylish one month ago, but, alas! " They were good quality but un- desirable patterns. A Harmonious Colorings. green mat, mounted with violet-colored flowers and green leaves.

The band will project on each side three-fourths of an inch. From three to six cleats four to six inches wide should be fastened to the back of the sign with screws. Paint the back two good coats of metallic paint. Mix all your paints with boiled linseed oil. The front of the sig,n and the band should be painted as Fancy and Plain Paper. y of colored papers which can be bought of most large dealers in the big cities either in rolls or sheets measuring 22x28 inches. Most of this paper has a glazed finish maroon, green, yellow, gold, blue, silver, red, white and black being the most popular.

2. letter "d" is shown. 4 finishes the In "z," strokes 1 and 2 require considerable practice; stroke 6 has a slightly graduated indented curve, which is best accomplished by shading the stroke in one graceful side sweep as shown. Stroke 5 should be slightly curved outward to the Letter "c" begins at point A to B. Stroke 3 begins at A underneath stroke 1. Stroke 4 begins at A to the 'ight downward. " Stroke as though you intended to form a single line stroke, like a capital J, slanting to the right.

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