Wood-Letter Y TB
Saturday, February 15, 2014
Texas, United States
In the hands of Annie Organ.
This is not collectible.
Use TB5KF0A to reference this item.
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About This Item
Y is the twenty-fifth letter in the ISO basic Latin alphabet and represents either a vowel or a consonant in English. It is derived from the Greek upsilon. When printing was introduced to Great Britain, English printers used Y in place of Þ (thorn: Modern English th), which did not exist in continental typefaces. From this convention comes the spelling of the as ye in the mock archaism Ye Olde Shoppe. The letter Y was originally established as a vowel. In the standard English alphabet, the letter Y is traditionally regarded as a consonant, but a survey of almost any English text will show that Y more commonly functions as a vowel.
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