How to Design a Monogram?

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When designing a monogram you have to first determine the order you want the intials placed. It is most common to place the last name intial in the middle with the first name to the left and the last to the right. You can use any style of letters. The last name initial in the middle is typically a bit larger than the other two. There is no set rule, use your judgement for what you are monograming.
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1. Open Microsoft Word or a similar word processing program, such as OpenOffice Writer. Click "Insert" from the menu tab and choose "Text box. Insert the last-name
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All Peace dollars have the monogram regardless of the year and value depends on condition and if it has a mintmark. 1924 is a very common year for Peace dollars, the Philadelphia
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It is good, the only thing I would remove is the date. Its too busy looking with the date.
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