Monogram of the entire alphabet by Charles Demengeot Charles Demengeot was a talented French heraldic engraver who produced this monogram in 1877. It features every single letter of the alphabet... can you spot them all?
This of course is not a typical monogram.
Monograms first appeared on coins, as early as 350BC. Many of the early Greek and Roman coins bear the monograms of rulers or towns. Victorian-period high-class persons adapted the monogram for personal use as a symbol of their place in society. In the Victorian era, rules for monograms were quite simple and few. Monograms had the first initial on the left, middle initial on the right, and last initial larger in the middle.
Now, rules are flexible and monograms can be seen on just about anything.
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