Definition of Letterers
1. Noun. (plural of letterer) ¹
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Definition of Letterers
1. letterer [n] - See also: letterer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Letterers
Literary usage of Letterers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1907)
"This style is very popular with sign painters and letterers, ... Some letterers make the spur much more exaggerated than shown on this plate, ..."
2. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1914)
"... called upon by the letterers to place the monuments for them, In the performance of which duty they are sometimes assisted by tue letterers; such work, ..."
3. Practical Apprenticeship for Printers: Sugguestions Concerning the Training by Dept. of Education, United Typothetae of America (1921)
"Alphabets and Other Material Useful to letterers: Rollinson. The Roman Alphabet and How to Use It: ... American Text-book for letterers: NS Dearborn. ..."
4. A Treatise on how to Illustrate for Newspapers, Books, Magazines, Etc. by Charles Hope Provost (1903)
"Curved or scrolled lines of letters are not much used by modern letterers. In drawing letters the outlines may be ruled with a ruling-pen, if desired, ..."
5. The Painters' Encyclopaedia: Containing Definitions of All Important Words by Franklin B. Gardner (1887)
"This is owing to the influx of letterers from all parts of the world, ... The French letterers have made sad havoc with our lettering business, and although ..."
6. Wisconsin Reports: Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of Wisconsin by Wisconsin, Wisconsin Supreme Court, Supreme Court (1910)
"True, the crane crew was called upon by the letterers to place the stones for ... While in some cases it appears that the letterers assisted in setting the ..."
7. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society by Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1877)
"The Church Duke of York 1200000 20000 120000 To letterers & Innocent Irishmen 60000 To Papists per proviso Colkin 360000 Left in the common stock . ..."