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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VIGNETTE
The vignette was probably designed to illustrate some other work.
Clarence gazed at the vignette of the track behind them formed by the hood of the rear.
The Title-page is embellished with a vignette of a shipwreck.
The illustrated Title-page is embellished with a vignette, "Villeneuve," engr.
Upon the other side was a vignette—a picture of Dolores, the weeping saint of Mexico!
It ought to be an dition de luxe, or else a book with only a frontispiece and vignette.
A view of it by Stanfield forms the vignette to the biography.
For a tailpiece to this chapter one may vignette one of those little affairs.
A vignette in the first page of an edition of Apicius, printed at Basle, 1541, 4to.
Engraved frontispiece-title with vignette, by Freeman after Corbould.