© Mamoun Sakkal 2000
Paris box for Arabic metal type. The dark colored sections show the three endings
to be added to the letters of the similar color to form the complete letter
in its isolated and final forms.
Standard Script, Ahmad Lakhdar Ghazal, 1956. Arabization Institure, Rabat, Morocco.
Image from article Islah al-Lughah al-Arabiyyah (Reform of the Arabic Language) by Rawad Tarabieh, in Al-Mustaqbal magazine, issue 28, Sept. 1977, pp. 44-47.
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