The letter Q is quite simply one of those letters that we don’t regularly use at the beginning of paragraphs. Vintage books have lots of Ws, T,s and other letters; but Qs are hard to find. I bring all that up because this fanciful letter Q is of a quality that would usually not lead me to posting it here on Reusable Art. It’s small, it’s a bit blurry and it’s just not super cute.
It is in the public domain since it was included in a children’s magazine published in 1886. It does have a recognizable letter Q. And, it does have some simple, yet pretty, flowers and leaves surrounding it. Hopefully, someone, who needs a fanciful letter Q drawing, can make use of it.
This image is copyright free and in the public domain anywhere that extends copyrights 70 years after death or at least 120 years after publication when the original illustrator is unknown.