Vietnamese Upper Case

Vietnamese Single Case
This caps case lay is the standard case shown in Vien-Hung's type specimen book c.1966, as illustrated in a booklet about the Vien-Hung Typefoundry, Saigon and published by The Hill & Dale Press in 1970. There are 120 boxes, to accommodate the various accented letters. There would also have been an equivalent lower case. The empty case is a Vietnamese case.

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ie with the boxes left blank
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This page was written in 2002 by David Bolton and last updated 7 May 02.