Lovely fancy letter M drop cap letter image. This is one of the prettiest letters that I’ve found in a while. The letter M looks like it was fashioned from a woody vine and the branches were left intact as if growing from the letter M itself.
This public domain letter image comes from a children’s text. It is one of a group of 7 letters. Use these fancy letter images alone or with each other to adorn your written works, scrapbook pages, embroideries, monograms or whatever creative project that requires some decorative letters. The rest of the letters are: A, C, D, N, T, and W.
These letter images date back to 1880 when Toby Tyler was first published. It was written by James Otis.
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.