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Fancy Ornament No 9
Hamilton Mfg Co
8 line
This was first shown in Hamilton & Baker’s 1887 Specimens of Holly Wood
Type.


Name used, and first showing, by other manufacturer:
Tubbs, No 66 (1908)
Space Ornament No 1
William H. Page Wood Type Co
10 line
This was first shown in Page’s 1887
Specimens of Wood Type and Borders.

Name used, and first showing, by other manufacturer:
Hamilton, No 26 (1906)
Space Ornament No 7
William H. Page Wood Type Co
10 line
This was first shown in Page’s 1887
Specimens of Wood Type and Borders.

Name used, and first showing, by other manufacturer:
Hamilton, No 28 (1906)
Tubbs, No 9 (1903)
VW & Co, No 122 (1891)
Fancy Ornament No 4
Hamilton Mfg Co
6 line
This was first shown in Hamilton &
Baker’s 1887 Specimens of Holly Wood
Type.


Name used, and first showing, by
other manufacturer:
Tubbs, No 60 (1908)
Ornament No 31
Morgans & Wilcox Mfg Co
5 line
This was first shown in Morgans &
Wilcox’s 1890 Condensed Specimen
Book of Wood Type.


Name used, and first showing, by
other manufacturer:
Hamilton, No 82 (1906)
Space Ornament No 8
William H. Page Wood Type Co
4 line
This was first shown in Page’s 1887
Specimens of Wood Type and Borders.

Name used, and first showing, by other manufacturer:
Hamilton, No 36 (1906)
Tubbs, No 14 (1903)
VW & Co, No 120 (1891)
Space Ornament No 18
William H. Page Wood Type Co
6 line
This was first shown in Page’s 1887
Specimens of Wood Type and Borders.

Name used, and first showing, by other manufacturer:
Hamilton, No 38 (1906)
Morgans & Wilcox, No 14 (1890)
Tubbs, No 12 (1903)
Space Ornament No 6
William H. Page Wood Type Co
6 line
This was first shown in Page’s 1887
Specimens of Wood Type and Borders.

Name used, and first showing, by other manufacturer:
Hamilton, No 25 (1906)
Tubbs, No 13 (1903)
Fancy Ornament No 105 Hamilton Mfg Co
4 line
This was first shown in Hamilton’s
1906 Specimens of Wood Type.
End Piece Ornament No 94
Heber Wells
6 line
This was first shown in Well’s 1891
Specimens of Wood Type.

Name used, and first showing, by
other manufacturer:
Hamilton, No 144 & No 141 (1906)
unique numbers indicate separate left
and right orientation of designs