The name of the maker, no doubt; or his monogram, rather.
With my body in one easy-chair and my legs upon another, I had surrounded myself with a cloud of newspapers until at last, saturated with the news of the day, I tossed them all aside and lay listless, watching the huge crest and monogram upon the envelope upon the table and wondering lazily who my friend’s noble correspondent could be.
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a gift of monogrammed stationery
Some of his dress shirts had his initials on the sleeve. Others had his monogram on the breast pocket.