Download your bonus Free Goods before time runs out!
0 Days
0 Hrs
0 Min
0 Secs

Vintage Vector Letters & Monograms

This is a collection of vintage vector letter / initial / dropcap & monogram graphics that have been carefully chosen from a variety of sources from the late 1800's and early 1900's. They are the real deal, and are perfectly imperfect as they haven't been altered from their original state other than to extract them from their original background and then vectorized. You will receive the in both .eps and .png files. The .png files are printable at 5" at the tallest or widest point, have a transparent background, and are 300 dpi. There are more of some letters, and fewer of others, but there are a total of 379 letters and monograms. See the numbered list below. Perfect for any number of design projects including t-shirt, business card, logo, monogram and website design.


Details


  • The .eps files were created in CS6, but saved in CS2 legacy format.
  • The files are black, but can be colorized in your graphics program.

Letter List


  • A = 36
  • B = 14
  • C = 13
  • D = 16
  • E = 10
  • F = 12
  • G = 10
  • H = 11
  • I = 16
  • J = 9
  • K = 7
  • L = 12
  • M = 13
  • N = 13
  • O = 19
  • P = 13
  • Q = 6
  • R = 7
  • S = 24
  • T = 53
  • U = 10
  • V = 8
  • W = 16
  • X = 4
  • Y = 7
  • Z = 4
  • Monograms = 16

{{ pagination.totalCount }} Comments

You must be signed in to post a comment.
Prev
Next

Showing {{ pagination.fromCount }} - {{ pagination.toCount }} of {{ pagination.totalCount }}

How do I contact support?

If you need help with the product, please contact the shop owner by visiting their shop profile and sending them a message. For anything else (licensing, billing, etc), please visit our Help Center.

How can I unzip product files?

PC: To extract a single file or folder, double-click the compressed folder to open it. Then, drag the file or folder from the compressed folder to a new location. To extract the entire contents of the compressed folder, right-click the folder, click Extract All, and then follow the instructions.

Mac: Double click the .zip file, then search for the product folder or product file.

If you continue to have trouble, check out this help file for more tips.